Electronic Arts has contacted us to let us know that the outfits will be free. Multiplayer has updated its own story, noting that the prices mentioned were seen on the Battlefield Heroes
test servers. Upon release to the actual public, they will be offered at the consumer-friendly price of no dollars
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In a touching display of respect for the recently deceased King of Pop, Electronic Arts has uploaded
a pair of the music legend's iconic outfits to Battlefield Heroes
-- one for each of the game's two factions. Members of the Royal Army can now drape themselves in the white suit worn by Michael Jackson
in the "Smooth Criminal" music video, while National Army recruits can don the black leather apparel featured in "Bad." This is a really neat way for EA to show -- wait a sec, you have to pay
You're telling us that EA is charging 420 Battlefunds (about $3) for these outfits? Well, surely, they're donating the money to sick kids or something, right? No? They're just ... keeping it? That's sorta
messed up, guys.