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.
@DrSquirrelBoy12 Yes, today I can let you guys know that at this point we don't have any plans to release new content for BF4 to the CTE— David Sirland (@tiggr_) March 11, 2016
The CTE provided a beta testing ground for new maps and content before they would be released to the public at large. No new beta content means no new final content. We shall miss you when we’re [url=http://www.gamewatcher.com/news/2016-26-02-german-retailer-lists-battlefield-5-as-a-world-war-i-game]maybe stuck in the trenches of World War I[url].