The first of the newly announced content packs is titled Battlefield 3: Close Quarters, and will be released in June. The expansion will feature infantry-focused "vertical" gameplay with four new indoor maps and 10 new weapons that can also be used in the original version of the game.
The next expansion--Battlefield 3: Armored Kill--has no current release window, but EA said it would feature new vehicles, and the biggest maps in the franchise's history.
Finally, EA announced a third new expansion titled Battlefield 3: End Game, but gave no further details.
The publisher also announced it would be introducing customizable available-for-rent servers for console versions of Battlefield 3. EA already offers servers for rent for PC copies of Battlefield 3.
Last month, EA revealed a major patch for the shooter, including general, vehicle, weapon, weapon accessories, and game type updates. According to the publisher, Battlefield 3 has sold through 10 million copies to customers as of February 2012.