Battlefield 3 Limited Edition gets promo code for pre-order

We heard about the Battlefield 3 Limited Edition back in May when the UK received details on the pack available, which included extras in the Physical Warfare pack and the stores that had the edition up for pre-order. The following month we touched on a little feedback from those that wanted to buy BF3, but didn’t want the limited edition, and some gamers were worried they wouldn’t get an option to buy the extra DLC at a later date.

Months on we’ve seen the Battlefield 3 beta release and had loads of feedback from gamers, including some differences of opinion by gamers on each of the systems (PC, Xbox 360 and PS3). You can read more on that in this article.

If you haven’t pre-ordered Battlefield 3 yet and are thinking of getting the “Limited Edition”, then you will be happy to hear about an offer by Newegg. The online retailer is giving a massive 20% discount on the BF3 Limited Edition, which is for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions. This brings the price down to just $47.98 with free shipping as the icing on the cake.

To get this Battlefield 3 Limited Edition deal you’ll need to enter a promo code when paying, which is “EMCYTZT796”. The release date is set for October 25, 2011 in the U.S.

UPDATE: This deal ends just before midnight tonight, October 2nd. So if you’re interested, you better get moving on, story thanks to

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