E3 2011: Sony Creates Exclusive Content For Three EA Titles

on June 6, 2011 9:30 PM

In addition to all the new games announced at Sony’s E3 conference, Sony has also announced exclusive content for three upcoming titles that were all featured in the earlier E3 EA conference. The first is SSX, which will feature an exclusive map set on Mt. Fuji in Japan, a great homage to the blending of Japanese and American companies. The second is seven exclusive cars in Need for Speed: The Run, including the Bugatti Veyron, the most expensive modern car in the world priced at $1,900,000. The final announcement is a free copy of Battlefield 1943, a World War II Pacific Theater shooter with purchase of Battlefield 3 for the PS3.

Overall, a great PR job from Sony to mollify some of the ire over Playstation Network outage. I’m sure this will sell quite a few copies of these games to Playstation users, particularly Battlefield 3.

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