And there’s a trailer showing off Strike At Karkand, to celebrate that fact, below. Needless to say, the trailer shows off a lot of walls getting blasted into bits, a lot of guns getting reloaded, and a lot of shouting. I love shouting. That’s the best bit. Back To Karkand, just in case you’ve been asleep for the past couple of months, is the DLC for Battlefield 3 that brings back four famed Battlefield maps for the new game. They are: Strike at Karkand, Wake Island, Gulf of Oman and Sharqi Peninsula. It’s free if you pre-ordered, and $15 to everyone else. The DLC also introduces a bunch of new achievements, weapons, vehicles and so forth, and the Battlefield blog is slowly detailing them all for our anticipatory pleasure.
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