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With EA scheduling a Battlefield announcement on May 6, the company has decided to reward players with a butt-load of free DLC for their last Battlefield titles, Battlefield 4 and Battlefield: Hardline.
Battlefield 4 will today receive a free update based on your specific feedback. This update will include a new map, Zavod: Graveyard Shift, which will still support all of Battlefield 4's existing modes, and will be a variation of existing map Zavod 311. The key feature of this new map will be the ability to fight under the cover of darkness, for those of you who've been eating your carrots.
Battlefield 4's final DLC, Final Stand has gotten a release date. The aptly named DLC will take players to more of a winter climate with four new maps! It was announced on Battlefield's Battleblog that Final Stand will be coming to all platforms next week... Or at least if you're a premium member you'll be getting it next week...
Hopefully getting released in September, the newest title update for Battlefield 4. The games live producer, David Sirland took to the Battlefield Blog and wrote "we're continuing to utilise the Battlefield 4 Community Test Environment to gather feedback and make various improvements to the game."...
EA is currently letting PC players play Battlefield 4 for an entire week, absolutely free. That's 168 hours of Battlefield 4 play time that you could have, and no you won't miss out on those precious hours if you download it late, as soon as you start the game the 168 hour countdown will begin in real time, so what are you waiting for? Stop reading this and go download Battlefield 4!
It does not seem like very long since we reviewed the last DLC for DICE and EA's troubled FPS Battlefield 4, with the last iteration Naval Strike dropping just a few months ago. Maybe it is for this reason that our first impressions on the Naval Strike DLC are still fresh in our mind, good but full of disappointing bugs and glitches. Now the latest DLC, Dragon's Teeth, is available for download it's hard to forget how disappointing it was that they couldn't produce a clean and bug free DLC for players that had paid for premium off the bat...
For those of you still having a blast on Battlefied 4 and have Battlefield Premium, you'll be pleased to know that the Dragon's Teeth DLC is available for you to download, right now! The new DLC introduces a ton of new weaponry, a brand new game mode, and four new multiplayer maps. To celebrate the launch EA and DICE have released a launch trailer, which you can see above.
Remember when EA accidentally let slip the release date for the upcoming Dragon's Teeth DLC which soon disappeared without a trace or prior acknowledgement from EA themselves? That was funny. Turns out, the date they let slip was the real date after all. July 15 is the date you'll be able to get your hands on the next DLC for EA's most recent Battlefield title, if you have Battlefield Premium that is.
In an announcement on the official Battlefield 4 website EA have revealed details of the next DLC pack for Battlefield 4...
Ah, the launch of Battlefield 4, I remember how it could have gone a lot better than it actually did. Granted, it wasn't quite as bad as SimCity, but it was bad enough for DICE to suspend all DLC development until the team could get a grasp of the situation which left the game unplayable to many not just on one platform, but almost all of them. This caused fan backlash towards EA, something which CEO Andrew Wilson actually agrees with, calling the launch "unacceptable."
As a purchaser of Battlefield 4 along with the expensive premium service on PC and Xbox One, I already feel like an Early Access player. After eight months and a fairly substantial sum of money, the same problems still arise on both versions of the title. Not that is is entirely surprising after the desperately poor launch of Battlefield 3. One would assume EA and DICE would learnt from the legendarily poor launch of the series' third installment. As is so often the case though, the expectation we all have that humanity has the capacity to learn from its previous mistakes is left battered and bruised - usually on a loading screen.
Naval Strike is the third DLC available for DICE's war-raged title, Battlefield 4, although as China Rising and Second Assault were pretty much designed before the game's release this was the first DLC that has been produced since DICE would have received feedback on the title...
According to a recent rumour, Battlefield 4 developer, Dice, will be offering console owners the chance to rent private servers. The image (Below) captured by reddit user 90One, displays three different server options all tiered at different prices, depending on how long you'll be renting a server for. Priced as follows, 7 days for £8.99, 30 days for £28.99, and 90 days £63.99.
Yesterday DICE announced via the Battlelog a delay for Battlefield 4's upcoming Navel Strike DLC on PC. Today, the delays have also hit the Xbox One version as well.
Battlefield 4 hasn't had the smoothest of rides since it release, having struggled with bugs, glitches, and lag issues causing problems on all systems, updates meant to help out have cause more problems causing some players to return to Battlefield 3 rather than suffer. EA DICE have been busy trying to fix the problems but at the same time creating new downloadable content for fans to enjoy.