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Back to Karkand Looking Pretty in Latest Battlefield 3 Trailer

Posted on Saturday, November 5 @ 14:17:28 PST by

If you're getting tired of the massive maps that shipped with Battlefield 3, watch the trailer above and smile, knowing you'll be heading back to some of the best multiplayer maps ever created.

Back to Karkand wraps up a handful of Battlefield 2 maps, beautifies them in a nice coat of Frostbite 2.0, and then let's you and your friends wreck em with new vehicles and weapons. The classic Conquest Rush game mode is included in the map pack as well.

Remember that if you've got a "Limited Edition" (read: first print run) of the game, you'll be able to download these maps for free. Battlefield 3 is available now on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
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