‘Battlefield Premium’ is a real live thing, EA has confirmed. This being E3 week, the publisher is holding back on the majority of details regarding the service.
Apparently, we can’t wait for it: “looks like the excitement for Battlefield Premium cannot be contained,” said on EA statement.
What we do know is that Battlefield Premium will require a one-off payment, which perks including two weeks early access to future DLC, an optional stat reset and priority queuing on severs.
It will be going live next week for Battlefield 3, at a reported cost of £39.99/4,000 MS Points.

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