Why bother with leaks when you can enjoy the real deal? That is what we are talking about – Battlefield 3 Premium, where purchasing it will net you the choice to download and play the latest expansion pack – Close Quarters, right now. That would mean being a Premium member, you are able to enjoy such gaming goodness a full fortnight before non-Premium members on the PS3 platform, reinforcing the notion that membership has its privileges, no? Not only that, it would also signal you enjoying this gaming content a week earlier than Premium members on other platforms simply because you are a PS3 owner.

With Battlefield 3 Premium, you will be on the receiving end of all five themed expansion packs for Battlefield 3, not to mention a range of unique in-game items ranging from the new ACB-90 knife to a set of Premium dog tags, weapon camos, and soldier camos amongst others. Additional Battlefield 3 expansion packs include Back to Karkand, Close Quarters, Armored Kill (September 2012) and Aftermath and End Game (late 2012 and early 2013, respectively). The asking price for Battlefield 3 Premium at the PlayStation Store? $49.99 a pop. What are you waiting for?

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