Battlefield 3 Premium, an online service providing five DLC bundles along with other exclusive additions, has accumulated about 1.3 million subscribers.
The online service, which launched in May, costs a $50 one-time fee in the US and similar prices in other regions.
The subscription count would suggest that Electronic Arts has already made about $65 million from the service, though the variables of different currencies will blur that figure.
EA Games Label president Frank Gibeau said that the publisher has made about $1.3 billion in the past twelve months through digital games sales.
The money generated from Battlefield 3 Premium will be recorded in the forth quarter, EA Said.