Okay, so I want to ask a question to all the Battlefield players out there - Was BF3 PREMIUM worth the money? & What do you want to in BF4 PREMIUM if you're getting it.
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Was BF3 PREMIUM worth it? & what to want in BF4 PREMIUM
I've been thinking about getting BF3...i've really tired of Black Ops2 and it's ways..is BF3 a totally different game...i've played it only a couple times
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I found it was definitely worth it. It depends on how much you play it in my opinion. I have played every day since launch and for me it was. Next time around, I hope there's even more maps and vehicles etc. I'm sure there will be, as the PS4 and next Xbox should be able to handle more players and larger maps. I'm sure it will come with it's share of useless gee gaws as well!
Well Premium by itself costs more than BF3 did at launch. For that you get ~50% additional maps spread out over a year, some new guns but a lot less than in the original game. So the answer is no, hell no. Premium is good but the price is not right. But its EA so... yeah. However it does become worth it if you buy it 50/50 with a friend and game share it.
The edition you can buy now in shops with the full game plus premium for like £35, that is definitely worth it.
But I literally paid for the limited edition Battlefield 3 which gave karkand for free, so that meant I paid for 4/5 DLCs for idk...£80 altogether, the game plus premium. So I feel like a idiot now knowing that premium with the game is only bloody £35
I waited until a sale so got it for £28 but if I waited an extra month I would have been able to buy it for £20 (50% off.)
The actual premium edition of the game which includes the base game and all premium DLC is only about a fiver more than the premium DLC pack on its own.
I have not played BF3 for about 2months though.
The game is fun and theres alot of content from the DLC, personally i havent played any DLC content after B2K yet though except for the new weapons. The game is strangely not as addictive as alot of the classic online FPS games though which is a bit weird since i enjoyed the original BF1942 on a steady basis and i can constantly play the online versus mode of l4d2. Its been quite on/off for me personally with this game, i can play it days end for 2 weeks and then not touch it for 1 months. I feel its gone a bit too fast with this game personally even though i bought the non dlc game first back in the day. N ot too sure about BF4 it looks sorta too similar so far but i might end up picking it on day 1 so i can actually play it more steady so the DLC feels fresh when they come. 3 months between the DLC was a bit short imo with bf3
Since theres prob 6 months till bf4 i think its worth picking up with the DLC though, the main games maps was more than enough for me so far nto to get bored with em but i do play more B2K maps now
Last edited by GalapagosaraY; 05-06-2013 at 16:21.
Its so worth it I bought the original edition 2nd hand for £18 and I read the Premium Edition was out a week later, plus the game I got kept crashing/locking up so I took it back once the Premium was out and asked if I could swap and add to the price of the P.E version and I found it so worth it maps and add ons are awesome I haven't played a MW game since 2 and never will because I find BF3 miles better for better battles. If you get into the right game and have the right players the game can swing from your team to there's really quickly I also find vehicles add a better experience to the match I would buy the P.E most definitely
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