EA and DICE Are Allegedly Working on a Battlefield 3 Remaster

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The Mass Effect Trilogy isn’t the only franchise that’s receiving a new coat of paint from the fine folks at EA. According to Daqarie (who accurately leaked Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V before their official announcements), DICE has been hard at work on a remastered version of Battlefield 3, which was released nearly a decade ago (2011) and preceded the series’s transition away from modern warfare.


In addition to fancier graphics (and higher-quality audio, perhaps), Battlefield 3 Remastered will reportedly include all of the original’s DLC packs: Back to Karkand, Close Quarters, Armored Kill, Aftermath, and End Game. The update is also said to feature cosmetic customization options, similar to those offered in Battlefield V.

There’s a possibility that Battlefield 3 Remastered will be packaged with the next mainline Battlefield game, echoing what Activision and Infinity Ward did with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. That title was initially exclusive to Infinite Warfare’s Legacy Editions and couldn’t be purchased individually.

As for Battlefield 6, recent rumors claim that DICE’s next epic will return to the current day, which is great news for fans who have gotten tired of the World War stuff. EA has already confirmed that it’ll be released sometime in 2021.

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