Battlefield 4 DLC Free: Expansions For Xbox One, Xbox 360 Out

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Battlefield 4 DLC Free news will send gamers jumping for joy! For PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 the expansions are now free. You will still have to wait though because apparently it still hasn’t been extended to PC.

The EA company came up with a smart campaign with “Road to Battlefield 1” and they gave away DLC for Battlefield Hardline and Battlefield 4. Unfortunately, they were only available for one week and basically included just one expansion. Don’t worry guys, because if you failed to download all these stuff, Battlefield 4’s major expansions are again available- all for free!

According to Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb of Microsoft, Battlefield 4 expansions China Rising, Second Assault, Naval Strike, Dragon’s Teeth, and Final Stand are now totally free both on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Therefore, there’s a big possibility that these will all be made available for free on PC soon.

After downloading the expansions, they’re absolutely yours. Another good thing about this is that you do not need an Xbox Live Gold membership to grab this offer. However, you’ll need to subscribe for you to be able to play online. The offer which started yesterday, September 13, will last for one week.

The free expansions for Battlefield 4 are up for download on your console now. The expansions usually sell at $15 a piece. The following are now available:

Xbox One:

  • China Rising
  • Second Assault
  • Naval Strike
  • Dragon’s Teeth
  • Final Stand

Xbox 360:

  • China Rising
  • Second Assault
  • Naval Strike
  • Dragon’s Teeth
  • Final Stand

By using the new Battlefield interface you’ll also notice it’s quite different. Now, it provides more intuitive and centralized experienced for the games, starting with your Battlefield 4 on consoles.

Aside from the visual revamp, there’s the various changes you can play with your friends. Check out the updates about Squads that will make spawning on your buddies a more seamless experience.

Try poking around a bit more and you’ll also notice there’s now a recommendation engine that will suggest modes, maps and more. And because this unified UI for Battlefield games is expected to roll out with Battlefield 1 on the last quarter of this year, it’s easy for you to swap between Battlefield games using the UI (just make sure you own them).

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Also read: A New Battlefield 4 UI is Available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4

 

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