Electronic Arts announced today that Battlefield 3: Armored Kill, the third expansion pack for Battlefield 3 featuring four new maps, new vehicles and the new Tank Superiority mode, is now available to download for Xbox 360 and PC Premium Subscribers.
Armored Kill features new drivable tanks, ATV's, mobile artillery and more. It also delivers huge battlefields for an all-out vehicle assault, including the biggest map in Battlefield history.
Battlefield 3: Armored Kill features an all new game mode where tanks reign supreme. Tank Superiority is a highly tailored game mode for Armored Kill where platoons featuring Main Battle Tanks and Tank Destroyers fight for control over a single flag – often placed in extremely open and hard-defended terrain. The new game mode resembles a "King of the Hill" struggle and is available on all four maps in Armored Kill, each map featuring a mix of up to 16 tanks.
Battlefield 3 Premium members get 2 weeks early access to Armored Kill as well as Battlefield 3: Aftermath coming this December and Battlefield 3: End Game coming in March of 2013.
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