Battlefield 3: End Game will quite literally be the end, as the popular first-person shooter (released in 2011) will conclude its cycle of downloadable content. Its safe to assume that at this time, DICE is already fully engrossed in the development of their next (confirmed) game, Battlefield 4.
DICE described on their blog that the new maps overall, “are comparable to Caspian Border and Operation Firestorm from the base game, while the flag layout resembles that in our previous expansion pack Armored Kill.” The developer also promised that the terrain would, “cater [to] the new dirt bike, the new AA vehicles should see heavy use on most of the maps as well. This new transport has a roof mounted turret that can switch between rockets and anti-air missiles to protect your infantry and combat air threats.”
None of the maps have been officially named, as they all carry the working titles of “River,” “Flats,” “Railroad,” and “Pipeline,” respectively. For more detailed descriptions of each individual map, feel free to visit the Battlefield Blog, linked below.
Battlefield 3: End Game will be released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on an unannounced date next month.