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'Battlefield 3' will be supported beyond the launch of its sequel

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Battlefield 3 will continue to be supported beyond the release of next year's sequel, DICE has confirmed.

The Battlefield 3 community manager said that the company is committed to delivering the best possible experience years down the line.

Image from the 'Battlefield 3: Aftermath' video game

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Battlefield 3 'Close Quarters' DLC screenshot

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"We are committed to providing an excellent Battlefield 3 experience well into the future, past the releases of 'Aftermath', 'End Game' and Battlefield 4," revealed community manager Ian Tornay.

"DICE is continuing its work on Battlefield 3 alongside Battlefield 4. Most importantly, official details regarding Battlefield 4 will always be made available on Battlefield.com and here on the Battlefield Blog.

"We expect that the level of interest in Battlefield 4 will lead to a lot of speculation and rumour - don't fall for it!"

Beta testing for the recently confirmed sequel will be available to users who pre-order the Limited Edition version of Medal of Honor Warfighter.

Battlefield 3, meanwhile, will continue to be supported with DLC, such as this September's 'Armored Kill' expansion, December's 'Aftermath' pack and final content drop 'End Game', which launches next March.

'Aftermath' will feature four new maps and a new game mode set in Tehran after a devastating earthquake.

The new maps will put players in ruined urban environments using rubble and earthquake-damaged terrain to their advantage.

> Digital Spy reviews Battlefield 3

Watch a trailer for the Battlefield 3 'Armored Kill' expansion below:

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