The Battlefield 3 Armored Kill patch has been released today, where it will tweak not only guns, but squash those irritating bugs out there as well. Not only that, it is said that user interface issues will be fixed good and proper this time around with the next expansion pack for the highly popular Battlefield franchise. The downloadable content (DLC) known as Armored Kill will have its sights plainly set on the heavy weaponry niche, sporting a slew of new tanks, planes and mobile artillery as well.
Battlefield 3 Armored Kill is released today on September 4th as a timed-exclusive to all PS3 Battlefield Premium subscribers, although those who are rocking to Xbox 360 and PC platforms as Premium members will have to wait for a week more. There is an irony to this, as Xbox 360 owners can enjoy Skyrim Hearthfire, while PS3 owners have to wait indefinitely as at press time. As for ‘normal’ Battlefield 3 gamers, you will only be able to access Armored Kill when September 18th rolls around for the PS3, while Xbox 360 and PC non-Premium gamers have to chalk up another week of waiting. As for the Armored Kill patch update, it is available to everyone today.
- 2014-03-26: Call Of Duty: Ghosts Gold Edition Spotted
- 2014-03-26: Battlefield 4 Naval Strike DLC For Xbox One And PC Delayed
- 2014-02-05: Assassin’s Creed 4 Freedom Cry DLC Will Be A Standalone Release Soon
- 2014-02-05: Call Of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught DLC Pack Coming To PS4, PS3 And Windows PC This February 27
- 2013-12-10: Assassin's Creed 4 Receives First DLC Today
- 2013-10-31: Battlefield 3 Player Uses Military Terms During Match For A Hilarious Experience
- 2013-06-27: Korean Movie Trailer Accused Of Being A Battlefield 3 Rip-off
- 2012-11-30: Battlefield 3 Aftermath Expansion PC Footage
- 2012-11-27: Battlefield 3 Patch Corrects Input Lag, Balances Weapons And Squashes Bugs
- 2012-09-04: Battlefield 3 Armored Kill patch released