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No Battlefield 1943 in PS3 Battlefield 3

Posted on Wednesday, October 26 @ 07:34:27 PST by

During Sony's E3 press conference, it was revealed that the PS3 version of Battlefield 3, thanks to Blu-ray's massive storage capacity, would include the downloadable title Battlefield 1943, asbolutely free.

Battlefield 3's release came and went, leaving fans scratching their heads, trying to find out how to access their promised pack-in. Confused and disappointed, PS3 Battlefield 3 owners took to Twitter to ask EA for some clarity. EA responded:

In lieu of 1943 being available on disk for PS3 customers, EA has made all BF3 expansions available early to PS3 customers.

Gee... Thanks, EA! How about you tell us before we buy your game next time that we're getting the shaft?
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