Battlefield's answer to Call of Duty Elite releases alongside the 'Close Quarters' expansion on Monday, June 4.
Costing £39.99, the service reportedly provides users with new DLC and exclusive content drops in the form of in-game items and rewards.
The listing was subsequently removed from the PSN update, but was spotted by Joystiq.
It confirms earlier reports that the service would launch on the same day as Sony's planned press conference for the E3 Gaming Expo.
EA's infantry-focused 'Close Quarters' expansion was listed at £11.99. It includes four new maps, new weapons, assignments and unique dog tags.
Later this year EA will also release Medal of Honor: Warfighter for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on October 23 in North America and October 26 in Europe.
It will be available three weeks ahead of Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 on November 13.
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Watch a trailer for the Battlefield 3 'Close Quarters' expansion below: