Battlefield 3: Aftermath DLC officially revealed

After some speculation, EA has now made the next Battlefield 3 downloadable content pack, Aftermath, official. According to the new webpage EA has created for the DLC, it will come with four new urban maps set in a damaged, post-earthquake Tehran that depict a "struggle for supremacy and survival amongst the devastation". There will also be new game modes and heavily modified vehicles plus new assignments, achievements and dog tags.

Apart from this info there is not much else to share. At this stage it is unknown exactly when the Aftermath DLC will be available for either BF3 Premium or normal players on PC, but hopefully it will be soon.

Source: EA

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I paid 60$ for a game that only lasted a week and they expect me to pay another 50$ for four maps? Screw you, Activi- I mean EA!

Reacon said,
I paid 60$ for a game that only lasted a week and they expect me to pay another 50$ for four maps? Screw you, Activi- I mean EA!
What do you mean it lasted only a week?

Reacon said,
I paid 60$ for a game that only lasted a week and they expect me to pay another 50$ for four maps? Screw you, Activi- I mean EA!

Perhaps that they've announced Battlefield 4 already. BF2 was played for years and years before BF3 came out, now they've announced the redundancy of BF3 just 9 months after it was released.

TCLN Ryster said,

Perhaps that they've announced Battlefield 4 already. BF2 was played for years and years before BF3 came out, now they've announced the redundancy of BF3 just 9 months after it was released.

But BF4 isn't going to be released until 2014.

Reacon said,
I paid 60$ for a game that only lasted a week and they expect me to pay another 50$ for four maps? Screw you, Activi- I mean EA!

No offense but you really need to learn what you're talking about before you get all worked up over it.

$50 is for premium which inlcudes all past and future dlc. So it's more like $50 for 20 new maps, 40ish new weapons, quite a few new vehicles, and many new game types.

trag3dy said,

No offense but you really need to learn what you're talking about before you get all worked up over it.

$50 is for premium which inlcudes all past and future dlc. So it's more like $50 for 20 new maps, 40ish new weapons, quite a few new vehicles, and many new game types.

Which if include them all together is more content than even originally came with the game, and is $10 cheaper than buying them each individually would be (if they charged $15 for them which is what I think they are)

SharpGreen said,

Which if include them all together is more content than even originally came with the game, and is $10 cheaper than buying them each individually would be (if they charged $15 for them which is what I think they are)

There is that, too.

abysal said,
I thought it was targeted for sometime in September.
That is the Heavy Metal DLC. Huge maps and tons of vehicles.