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Battlefield Play4Free now offers Rush mode

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Battlefield Play4Free, the free-to-play browser-based entry in the Battlefield franchise, now includes the series' popular Rush mode, publisher Electronic Arts announced today.

Rush, a longtime Battlefield mainstay, tasks one team with destroying multiple pairs of M-COM stations as it progresses through a map, while its opponents attempt to hold off the siege and keep the objectives working.

Battlefield Play4Free, co-developed by EA DICE and Easy Studios, originally launched in April 2011. The microtransaction-based game is available to play online. A trailer for the new Rush mode is available above, and you can look at four screenshots below.

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