I think it is safe to say that EA had a hard time with Battlefield 4 when it was launched, as in that it didn’t ummmm….work. Fans were outraged when they found glitches in the game after eagerly awaiting its launch. However now there is no such issue anymore. And to perhaps celebrate this, Electronic Arts is re-releasing the game in Premium Edition form, with all add-on content included as part of the game’s season pass packed in. It’s a $60 package that hits retail on October 21, 2014.
The weird thing is that the game is listed for release on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows and Xbox One, but not for Xbox 360.
Battlefield 4 Premium Edition is pretty much the same as the main game plus a subscription to EA’s “Premium” season pass. Other than the five DLC add-ons — Second Assault, China Rising, Naval Strike, Dragon’s Teeth, and the upcoming Final Stand — the season pass also features priority access in server queues for multiplayer matches, bonus personalization items (camos, dogtags, and whatnot), and 12 bonus Gold Battlepacks, which are grab bags that award players with customization items for both their soldier and their weapons.
Battlefield 4 Premium Edition arrives on October 21.