Electronic Arts has made classic FPS Battlefield 1942 free as a “thank you” to Battlefield fans. The gift is being offered “in celebration of the ten year anniversary of the Battlefield series and Battlefield 3 Premium surpassing 2 million members worldwide.”
Of course, it’s also a clever ploy to get more people to try Origin, EA’s PC gaming client.
You can download the game here.
“When we launched Battlefield 1942 ten years ago, we had lofty ambitions to create a first-person shooter that would push the boundaries of innovation, creativity and design. We evolved the FPS gameplay formula by introducing the world to all-out warfare via land, air and sea,” DICE VP Karl Magnus Troedsson said in a release. “We wanted to thank our fans who have supported us throughout the years by restoring Battlefield 1942 for a digital re-release and give everyone a chance to play the game that started it all.”
We all love battlefield 3, especially when playing in full HD on ultra settings. Below is the first video with a link to the Youtube playlist.
This is the link to the full playlist. I will upload the last few missions when i get the chance.
Here we have it, battlefield premium service fully leaked. This was seen on the playstation store, and release date set as monday
Today Electronic Arts has confirmed the price of the upcomming Battlefield 3 Close Quarters DLC. The pack will cost roughtly £10 and will be on all platforms. I have recently covered what is in the pack in a earlier post, Check the link below
Battlefield 3 Close Quarters
EA and Sony have an agreement that the DLC will come 1 week earlier to their platform putting the time scale for the PS3 at the 1st of June.