Based on 3 critics – Overal Score: 88 / 100
GameInfo: Battlefield 3: Close Quarters is a themed expansion pack bringing the team play of Battlefield 3 to tight indoor environments. The frantic close quarters infantry combat is amplified by unprecedented high definition destruction, new ways to play, more weapons and added persistence.
4News Battlefield 3 has arrived in October 2011 bringing in the views of a first-person shooter type of conflict even more intense and spectacular than the spin-off Bad Company 2, and over time, in a series of corrective patch, beginning to undermine the throne Call of Duty. To achieve a breakthrough and bring the title to a higher level, DICE has introduced June 4, 2012 Premium, the service similar to a Season Pass, and Close Quarters, the first of a new series of additional content after the Return to Karkand already landed on concole and PC.
The announcement, anticipated by various rumors and information disclosed in advance, took place during the conference from the stage of the Electronic Arts E3 2012 where the Swedish team has announced details of the premium service. Read Full Review
Stevivor The Battlefield series has always been about large maps, crazy moments, and battles across huge and open environments that leave you filled with adrenaline and pumped to delve right back into the next round.
Based on that, “Close Quarters,” the first of Battlefield 3‘s Premium DLC packs is quite odd; seeing as it rips out everything that makes Battlefield what it is, and throws it into a whole new environment. Read Full Review
PCGamesN It’s an odd piece of DLC for the Battlefield games; one that rips out everything that sets Battlefield apart from other first-person shooters – the huge maps, the vehicles, the vast draw distances, and instead concentrates on mid-to-short range combat, using the full gamut of Battlefield’s armory.
It is, essentially, a riff on Call of Duty. Except, ya know. Better. Read Full Review