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Battlefield 3 Beta Costs $53 Million Dollars on 360

Posted on Thursday, September 29 @ 08:40:52 Eastern by


We know this is only a mistake, but if we don't point it out, then who's going to learn from it? Users are reporting that the Battlefield 3 beta, which is supposed to be free, is requiring an exorbitant amount of Microsoft Points to download. 4,294,967,295 points to be exact, or over $53 million dollars of real money.

If you check now, it's fixed. But Microsoft couldn't get to it before screens were grabbed, and lulz could be had.
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