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Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition details revealed

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Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition
Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition

With the game set to hit current and next-generation consoles later this year, details of the upcoming Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition have been revealed.

Building on the standard edition of the eagerly awaited first-person shooter, the Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition will be exclusively available through retailer GAME and see gamers benefit from a range of additional content and expansion packs.

“The Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition is packed with additional content, including the Battlefield 4 China Rising multiplayer expansion pack, bonus in-game content, and comes with a collectable SteelBook cover,” an official statement has revealed. “The Deluxe Edition is available in limited quantities only.”

Officially announced earlier this year, Battlefield 4 will be officially released for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC platforms this November. The game will be made available for Xbox One and PS4 when the new consoles hit retailers later in the year.

Setting wannabe owners back a not inconsiderable £64.99, the Battlefield 4 Deluxe Edition will see a trio of Gold Battllepacks bring a range of exclusive weapons and boosts to the fray after launch.

“Battlepacks contain a combination of new weapon accessories, dog tags, knives, XP boosts and character customisation items. The packs are designed to add an all-new layer of multiplayer persistence with an exciting element of chance, and are awarded during gameplay,” publisher EA has confirmed.

With the bonus edition of the game coming boxed in a collectable steelbook cover, the bundled China Rising Expansion pack will see four addition maps.

Describing the additional maps EA stated: “Fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland in four massive maps, using all-new vehicles and high-tech military equipment.”

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July 21, 2013, 11:16 am

that's a joke, limited quantities for what? a steelcase and dlc token. A game like Battlefield 4 and the best they can give us for limited edition is some steelcase and dlc card? Pathetic. I'll be getting the normal edition or if they are kind enough to make an extreme edition with REAL goodies like artbook, figurine or replica. Pfft EA/Dice...


July 27, 2013, 5:24 am

They say limited quantities, but everyone knows it isn't. Also, It's not that much more expensive than the standard edition, in NZ it's only $10NZD more, which is still $10NZD less than the standard edition for consoles. Plus, it only gives you things you'd actually use, like DLC, whereas an artbook, you'll look at once or twice, then forget about. If it were considerably more expensive, then yeah, I'd have a problem. But otherwise, it's fine.

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