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'Battlefield Premium' to include all previous and upcoming Battlefield 3 DLC

Battlefield Premium, the recently rumored premium service content similar to Call of Duty Elite, is said to contain all five previous and upcoming DLC packs for Battlefield 3.

Battlefieldo, who first reported on Battlefield Premium, is now claiming they've heard form "multiple sources" that Battlefield Premium will definitely launch on June 4, 2012, and will include all five Battlefield expansion packs.

In addition to unlocking Back to Karkand, Battlefield Premium will not only include the upcoming DLC, but will give players early access to them.  It will also include new camos and exclusive in-game items all for a one-time fee, which still hasn't been revealed.

Back to Karkand was released during the launch of Battlefield 3.  DICE recently revealed plans for additional DLC.  Close Quarters will be the first to arrive in June, followed by  Armored Kill in the autumn and End Game in the winter.  A rumored fifth as-yet-unannounced expansion is reportedly in line for a March 2013 launch, but will also be included with Battlefield Premium.

According to a supposed Battlefield Premium official description leaked earlier this week: "Battlefield Premium will land you a number of content drops with unique in-game items not available anywhere else. First out is the one-of-a-kind Premium knife and black dog tag, plus a set of soldier camos, weapon camos, dog tags and Assignments that will make sure you stand out and get more personalization options."

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