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EA talks Battlefield 3 DLC

by | @AttackFanboy | on February 9, 2012

In their quarterly conference call, EA alluded to this week as the time frame for an announcement of Battlefield 3 DLC release date.  While we haven’t received any word on what might be on the way for EA’s popular shooter, Peter Moore of the company recently explained that they are  indeed “working on that”, he explained in a recent interview.

As Battlefield 3 fans get restless to hear any news about upcoming content, Moore told Kotaku that he admires what Activision has done with the Call of Duty: Elite program, echoing what John Riccitiello said earlier this month.

“They’ve done a phenomenal job in marketing digital content going forward,” said Moore. “We’ve got a digital content flow yet to be announced on that. We will look at different business models that will make a good value for the consumer… We continue to look at how we keep the disc in the drive, as we say.”

Moore offered no details about what to expect from upcoming DLC for Battlefield 3, but hopefully this wasn’t the major announcement that many fans have been hoping for.

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