DICE demonstrate Aftermath’s new ‘Epicenter’ map in this post-apocalyptic video

Battlefield 3: Aftermath

By on November 4, 2012 at 11:32 am

We already know that Battlefield 3‘s next expansion, Aftermath, will involve crossbows, ruined, post-apocalyptic landscapes and random earthquakes. But all we’ve seen so far is some shaky game footage, not a good look at the maps you’ll be playing on. Overnight, DICE revealed this flythough of the new ‘Epicenter’ map, and it looks excellent — with lots of passages to explore and tunnels underground, it could be a sweet place to shoot your mate through the neck with a crossbow. Take a look.

More info about Epicenter can be found over at this Battlefield blog post.

4 comments (Leave your own)

already get earthquakes in the current maps with the nade and rocket spam lol

 

How is the electricity still on…

 

generator? or the fact its a game lol so who cares :P

 

Too bad the mav-elevators don’t work anymore. ^^

 
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