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  • All Battlefield 4 DLC Up for Grabs for Free

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    Leading up to the release of Battlefield 1, DICE launched a campaign that, over the course of a few months, made all of the Battlefield 4 DLC available for free, for a short period of time. Whilst each DLC pack was only made available for free for a week each, once a player downloaded the DLC, they kept the rights to have the for free DLC forever.

    Now that the Battlefield 1 release is just around the corner, DICE has decided to extend their generosity and release all of the previous Battlefield 4 DLC again. This time though, things are a little different.

    This week will see the entire DLC offering from Battlefield 4 available online for free, all at once. In the past DICE released each DLC pack over time, but this is the first opportunity players have had to download it all at once for free.

    All of the Battlefield 4 DLC packs will stay in a player's library once they have claimed the free offer. The offer extends to all platforms that support Battlefield 4. If you're on the PC you will need to head to the Origin PC Store, if you're on a PlayStation console you will need to visit the PSN Store, and the Xbox users will be able to access the content from the Xbox Games Store, either online or from the Xbox Dashboard.

    To make things more interesting, DICE has also released a number of community missions and has bundled them into the different DLC packs. In total there are now five free DLC packs on offer.

  • Battlefield 4 Update on PS4 & Xbox One

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    Whilst Battlefield 1 is just around the corner, DICE is still pushing out small updates to Battlefield 4. If you're playing Battlefield 4 still, you may be quite excited to know that a brand new user interface is coming to the game. The new update doesn't include any new content, but it does add a new centralized multiplayer interface for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

    The main feature added to the new interface is to allow players to switch between Battlefield games easily. The interface will allow Battlefield 4 players to switch to Battlefield 1 once it has been released, as long as they own Battlefield 1 and have downloaded it to their system. The idea for the interface is quite unique, and it's not something we often see from game franchises that often.

    For now, the interface does not add much more functionality to Battlefield 4, although the interface is a lot tidier now and it is certainly easier to navigate, even if you only ever plan to use it for Battlefield 4.

    If you attempt to select Battlefield 1 without owning it, you will be given the option to purchase the game. It seems like DICE will be periodically suggesting to Battlefield 4 players to purchase Battlefield 1 on the new interface, so the only downside is that it may feel a bit like a big advertisement for the next game to those that do not own Battlefield 1.

    Overall though, we'd say the new interface changes will be welcomed.

  • Battlefield 4 Navy Strike DLC Now Free

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    Although all of the hype is one Battlefield 1 right now, DICE has recently started to release some of their previous DLC for Battlefield 4 as free content. Plenty of DLC packs are now readily available to 'purchase' for free from the Sony, Xbox and PC Marketplaces from any web browser.

    The latest Battlefield 4 DLC pack to go free is the Navy Strike DLC. This pack includes a total of four new multiplayer maps, five weapons unseen by players that do not own the DLC pack, as well as two gadgets and a new hovercraft vehicle that can be used on water and land. As you can imagine, there is quite a lot of water on the Navy Strike maps.

    The Carrier Assault mode is also exclusive to Navy Strike DLC owners, but now that it is available to download for free, everybody will be able to play the game mode. Usually the Navy Strike DLC cost $15 so if you'd like to gain access to it whilst it's free, you should sign into the PSN marketplace, the Xbox Games Store or the Origin PC app to claim the content as soon as possible.

    Previous DLC released by DICE as part of the 'Road to Battlefield 1' campaign was only made available for free for a limited period of time. It's likely that this will apply for the Navy Strike DLC too. Once you have claimed it, however, you will be able to use the DLC for free forever.

  • Battlefield 4 Second Assault DLC Now Free

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    If you're a Battlefield 4 player and own the game on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PC, you may want to head into game because DICE has just released Second Assault as a new free update.

    The new change has been added as part of DICE's new 'Road to Battlefield 1' campaign, which will essentially re-release old content for free to hype up previous Battlefield players and encourage others to get back in the game in anticipation for the new Battlefield title later this year.

    Before this change, Second Assault was available for $15, so if you've always wondered what the Battlefield 4 DLC content was like but didn't want to spend any extra cash on the game, you can now find out for yourself.

    Operation Metro, Caspian Border, Gulf of Oman, and Operation Firestorm are included in Second Assault, all of which are re-imagined versions of Battlefield 3 maps. Second Assault also adds five new weapons and 10 new assignments to the game.

    The new update will have to be downloaded manually - Simply head to the area you'd usually buy DLC once you are signed into your account and you'll find that the DLC will be available for free instead of the previous $14.99 price tag.

    If previous changes are anything to go by, we may see more DLC going free in the next few months leading up to Battlefield 1's release in October.

  • Next Battlefield is Being Developed

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    Now that DICE has been hired to work on Battlefront, a lot of Battlefield fans have understandably been concerned about the future of the Battlefield series. Fortunately there's a lot of good news as far as new Battlefield development goes. On a new Twitter post, DICE's development director Dan Vaderlind revealed that he has now left the Battlefront team to focus on their next game, which will be a Battlefield title.

    Whilst there will still be a team at DICE dedicated to Battlefront, the main focus at DICE will now be towards developing the next Battlefield game. Considering that Battlefield 4 launched with a number of issues and DICE asked Visceral Games to help with Hardline, there's definitely a lot of anticipation on how DICE will deliver the next Battlefield title. No launch date has been set for Battlefield 5, (Or whatever else it may be called.) and we currently have no promotional material out of DICE's offices yet, but it's suggested that the game will be launched in 2016. It is confirmed that the next Battlefield will return to its military roots, dropping the cops and criminals theme.

    Currently DICE's latest title is of course Battlefront. Recently DICE launched the first DLC map for Battlefront, which included the Battle of Jakku map. Unlike future DLC, the Battle of Jakku was placed up for all players for free and it is not included as part of the season pass. With that being said, season pass owners did get a small head start on the new map.

  • Upcoming Battlefield 4 DLC Will be Free

    battlefield hardline dlcBattlefield 4 has already had a season pass but DICE aren't quite done with developing content for the game just yet. However, instead of charging players extra on top of all the other additional DLC costs already tied onto Battlefield 4, DICE has made the noble choice to release all of the future DLC content for free.

    Whilst previous DLC will still cost players the same it does today, any new content created by DICE and released for Battlefield 4 from this day forwards will be absolutely free to all players.

    So far there are a lot of details that haven't been shared by DICE, but we do know that they are working on some new maps, including night time maps. The night maps should be variants of previously released maps. So far we already know that Siege of Shanghai, Zavod 311, and Golmud Railway will be receiving nighttime variants. A new community-made map is also in the works and should be released for free in the not too distant future.

    A new patch is planned for this Spring and it will come with some new content too. As well as fixing up some bugs, the Spring patch will add in five new weapons and the Gunmaster game mode.

    For those new to the Battlefield series, Gunmaster plays out just like other Gun Games. You'll start with one weapon and each kill will reward you with a new weapon. There are seventeen weapons to get through until you finally get given the knife. A knife kill will end the game.

  • New Updates Made to Keep Battlefield 4 Going Strong

    battlefield 4 2015Even though Battlefield Hardline is just around the corner, Dice do not want players to feel the need to jump ship every time there is a new Battlefield game at your local Gamestop. In fact, new details reveal Dice's plan to keep Battlefield 4 going strong throughout 2015, and perhaps even further than that.

    Dice already announced that additional content was planned for Battlefield 4 passed the pre-planned DLC packs, and this week we've received more information about what this new content will include.

    The most expensive thing to come out of the new update is that Battlefield 4 players will be treated to two new expansions, hopefully planned for this year. To make things better, most, if not all of the new content pushed out this year should be available for no charge, even for those that have not spent a penny past the original cost of the game.

    Part of the reason why the new content may be free might come down to a new initiative that Dice will be opening up to their community soon. Using the community test environment, Dice will work alongside players to create, edit and fine tune a Battlefield 4 map that will be completely community-driven.

    The first new update for 2015 will launch in March, with a few changes to player collision and the squad obliteration mode. It sounds as if EA's tight grip on Battlefield 4 may now have died out, and that's giving Dice a big chance to show the world they still care about their community. I can't wait to see what comes out of 2015.

  • Battlefield 4's Next DLC, Dragon's Teeth, will Release July 15

    BF4 Dragons Teeth July 15Despite us being a third of the way through July already, EA have still not officially given us the details on the release date for Battlefield 4's next DLC pack, Dragon's Teeth.

    However, a slip up on the EA Origin twitter account revealed what may be the planned date for the Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth DLC. The tweet read, "Save 20% on #BF4 Premium right now, then jump into #DragonsTeeth on July 15th."

    The tweet that mentioned the July 15th date for Dragon's Teeth was removed quickly, and soon replaced with the same message, with "Save 20% on #BF4 Premium right now, then jump into #DragonsTeeth 2 weeks early."

    We can gather three things from this information; firstly, someone working the Origin twitter account made a slip-up and is probably getting shouted at for it, secondly Battlefield Premium owners will be getting Dragon's Teeth on July 15th, and regular users will be able to purchase the Dragon's Teeth DLC two weeks later, which will be July 29th.

    If you purchased the $39.99 season pass, you should be in the clear for receiving the Dragon's Teeth DLC pack for free on July 15th, however as this date isn't official yet, there is a small chance the next DLC pack for Battlefield 4 may be pushed back a little.

    Either way, it's likely Dragon's Teeth for Battlefield 4 will be out this July, at least for any Battlefield 4 Premium members.

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  • New Gameplay Tweaks Being Made Alongside BF4 Dragon's Teeth DLC

    dragons teeth bf4Battlefield 4 had a rocky start when it first released, and the game was filled with various bugs, crash problems and balancing issues, and DICE are still working on adjusting the issues that made it into the game on day one. In fact, the next upcoming DLC pack for Battlefield 4 will be launched alongside some major core gameplay changes that DICE believe will keep a lot of Battlefield fans happy.

    Firstly, a few changes will be made to Rush mode, one of the most played games on Battlefield currently. The new changes to Rush, according to DICE will help improve the game's balance and flow, and DICE are currently testing these changes in a live environment on Siege of Shanghai, Zavod 311 and Operation Locker. Some of the changes to Rush include a reduced radar sweep range around attacker's bases, the removal of commander by default, and changes to MCOM placement and cover passes.

    The ballistic shield will also be getting a nerf so that one-hit kills with it are no longer possible, and tank AP-rounds can now annihilate players carrying shields, just like they should be able to.

    Finally, DICE will be making adjustments to overall gun mechanics, including recoil and ADS changes. Most of these new changes will go live when the next Battlefield 4 DLC, Dragon's Teeth is released across all platforms. Players should also soon see an improvement in server performance over the coming months, as DICE have just finished testing server and network performance.

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  • Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth Detailed for July

    Dragons teeth DLCNew leaked listings have revealed the upcoming fourth DLC pack for Battlefield 4, as well as detailing the content that players will be able to expect from the installation. The fourth DLC has been named Dragon's Teeth, and it will come with a variety of new maps, weapons vehicles and equipment.

    The main focus of the new Dragon's Teeth DLC is on the four new maps. All four of the new DLC maps for Battlefield 4 will be based in Asian cities, and have been named Lumphini Garden, Pearl Market, Propaganda and Sunken Dragon.

    So far, we haven't got any solid footage or images of the four new maps, but I'm certainly interested to see what kind of gameplay we can expect from the Asian city based maps. Dragon's Teeth will also add a few new weapons into the mix, a ballistic shield which has the ability to block incoming bullets, and the R.A.W.R - a new vehicle that can be remotely controlled and is heavily armed.

    There is also a new territorial capture game called Chain Link, and 10 new assignments with new unlocks for each of these.

    The Dragon's Teeth DLC has been rumored to release in July for PC, Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The full price of the fourth Battlefield 4 DLC has not yet been revealed, but it will be available for free to anybody that purchased the $50 season pass, along with the other four DLCs.

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