Similar to that of Call of Duty, EA confirmed that it will offer a Battlefield Premium service for Battlefield 3. Though the company had plans to announce more details next week, a fact sheet was leaked online detailing what the service will include.
According to the sheet, the premium service will allow players first access to upcoming expansion packs for Battlefield 3, more customizable options for soldiers, and receive a number of exclusive in game items. The cost will be $49.99, which is a one time fee for the service. According to the one sheet, the service will be available on June 4,2012.
Some other interesting feature of the premium pack is that players will have the ability to reset score/minute, kill/death, etc. Also, premium players will get first priority in servers.
The sheet also lists the five expansion packs for the package: Back to Karkand, Close Quarters, Armored Kill, Aftermath, End Game.
Judging by the long list of features included in the premium service, in all honestly, it seems like a solid deal. You not only get the expansion packs at a discounted rate, but plenty more with the package. If the features listed are true, I can foresee the service being quite popular with Battlefield 3 fans.