Battlefield 3: End Game Summary
EA has had some questionable marketing links with weapons manufacturers in the past, which by the way they vow never to do again, but now they're going one step further; they won't license guns anymore.
No more royalty cheques from EA for using real-world weapons, but that doesn't mean they won't stop using them. They intend to wield the 'fair use' argument in court, if necessary.
EA and DICE's Battlefield 3 and Battlelog servers have come under attack by an external group, knocking out the online services that power the soon-to-be-replaced shooter. They confirmed the outages via twitter.
As of now the attack seems to have been thwarted with all platform servers back up and running. EA recently revealed 3.5 million have subscribed to Battlefield Premium.
The final major downloadable content pack, Battlefield 3: End Game, hits the Xbox 360 version of the game, and a new 1.92GB patch for the game has been released as well.
The Xbox 360 version of Battlefield 3 is about to gain 1.92GB in weight as DICE release 'Multiplayer Update 6' in preparation for the imminently due End Game add-on, which releases today.
PC Battlefield 3 fans also see their End Game content arrive today, which adds more vehicles like dirt bikes and more anti-AA, as well as four new maps, Capture the Flag mode and dropships.
EA has officially finished dealing with Battlefield 3. The mega-publisher recently unleashed "End Game", the title's final DLC, and is ready to move on.