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THE BUZZ: According to Sony and DICE, PlayStation 3 owners will get a one week head-start to enjoy upcoming Battlefield 3 DLC.

In a post on the official PlayStation blog, Tommy Rydling from DICE announced that all Battlefield 3 expansions will arrive one week early on Sony’s system. He wrote, “You’ll be happy to know that beginning with our first expansion pack Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand (to be released later this year), all full-blown upcoming expansion packs for the game will appear one week early exclusively on PS3, brought to you by Sony!”

He went on to outline the Back to Karkand expansion, which features the most popular maps from Battlefield 2, all updated with the Frostbite 2 engine.

EGM’s TAKE: One week might not sound like a lot, but it goes to show how seriously game companies take even the smallest advantage in today’s

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PlayStation 3 to Receive Battlefield 3 DLC First

According to Sony and DICE, PlayStation 3 owners will get a one week head-start to enjoy upcoming Battlefield 3 DLC.

By Marc Camron | 09/22/2011 08:47 AM PT

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THE BUZZ: According to Sony and DICE, PlayStation 3 owners will get a one week head-start to enjoy upcoming Battlefield 3 DLC.

In a post on the official PlayStation blog, Tommy Rydling from DICE announced that all Battlefield 3 expansions will arrive one week early on Sony’s system. He wrote, “You’ll be happy to know that beginning with our first expansion pack Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand (to be released later this year), all full-blown upcoming expansion packs for the game will appear one week early exclusively on PS3, brought to you by Sony!”

He went on to outline the Back to Karkand expansion, which features the most popular maps from Battlefield 2, all updated with the Frostbite 2 engine.

EGM’s TAKE: One week might not sound like a lot, but it goes to show how seriously game companies take even the smallest advantage in today’s

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About Marc Camron

view all posts

Marc is still reeling from how many great games released in 2017. He is looking forward to a nice holiday break where he can catch try to catch up on a few of the many titles sitting in his backlog taunting him. Find him on Twitter @RkyMtnGmr