Battlefield 4 Summary
EA is giving away free downloadable content for Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3 as part of their.
From 3rd – 10th May, you can get Battlefield 4’s Dragon’s Teeth and Battlefield Hardline: Robbery for free. The Dragon’s Teeth DLC introduces four urban maps: Sunken Dragon, Propaganda, Pearl Market and Lumphini, along with new game mode, Chain Link. In this mode, players must link adjacent capture points to create links. In turn, this causes the opponent to bleed tickets faster. Dragon’s Teeth also introduces a new gadget, known as the R.A.W.R. The R.A.W.R is a controllable Battle Pickup loaded with a machine gun and grenade launcher.
Given its questionable launch, it’s heartening to see that DICE and EA supported Battlefield 4 for as long as they did. But now, with Mirror’s Edge on the horizon and a Battlefield 5 announcement looming, it seems the time has come for the modern military shooter to ride into the sunset.
Everyone is getting into that final swing of sales for the holidays and it's generally the last shot shoppers will have at getting some premium buys before the year is out. Not to be left out, EA is hosting their holiday sale on Origin starting today and running through this entire weekend.
DICE is well on their way to dropping an extensive holiday update for, but in the mean time, they'd like to remind of the Legacy Operations DLC that will be coming as well. They released a fantastic cinematic trailer for the upcoming free content.
In a growing market of esports competition, sponsorship, and publicity, EA has finally decided to open a new division specifically dedicated to their own competitive community markets. The company has just opened the Competitive Gaming Division with Chief Operating Officer Peter Moore being given the helm of the division.