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Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth DLC confirmed for July 15th via Battlelog

The other day a tweet went out that alerted people that Battlefield 4 Premium was 20% off. It also stated that Premium subscribers would be getting their hands on the next DLC on July 15th. That tweet was quickly pulled, but not before everyone jumped on it and snagged screenshots. We assumed it was going to work out to be correct. While we still have no clue what the patch update that was released last night did, we do have official confirmation that July 15th is indeed the day that Premium Battlefield 4 owners will be able to poke about Dragon’s Teeth.

Dragon’s Teeth sees five new weapons making their Battlefield debut in addition to a new unlockable gadget, the Ballistic shield. Dragon’s Teeth also introduces a new game mode, Chain Link, a twist on the fan-favorite Conquest mode that sees squads battle to link capture points in order to achieve victory. Fans will also get ten new assignments with unique unlocks and a new Battle pickup in the R.A.W.R., a remote-controlled ground vehicle armed to the teeth.

All this plus four new maps including:

– Lumphini Garden: Cruise with fast-moving PWC’s on the canals in the pristine park to get the upper hand.

– Pearl Market: Wage wars within the bustling alleyways and upon the rooftops of the marketplace.

– Propaganda: Fight among massive despotic monuments in the grey concrete battleground.

– Sunken Dragon: Battle between modern high rises as you wreak havoc in a floating restaurant or drain the lake opening up for a frontal vehicle assault.

All non-premium members can expect the Dragon’s Teeth update to be available for purchase on July 29th. I myself am pretty excited to explore some new maps and get my ass handed to me a few thousands times. How about you guys?

Via Battlelog

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