'Battlefield 4' producer David Sirland confirms that more DLC is on the way and could be announced December 9th.
As long as its still free to premium members than I'm cool with that
*As long as it's free to premium members and includes the AN-94
Oh god. In BF3 it shot the 2 round burst at 1200rpm. IRL it shoots at 1800rpm. DICE needs to be careful with how they balance it if they do add it.
If they add the an94 I will play the game, call it weird but I strictly didn't play bf4 because of no an94 and well how trash it was at launch. An94 has been in tons of bf games don't know what happened
they should include the scar-l and more semi-auto snipers
6 DLC packs... Jesus this game keeps getting bigger and bigger
There was supposed only to be 5 DLC packs but seeing how much EA and DICE has lets say nicely without swearing released broken game it's kinda say thank you from them. Still I hope it will be at least free for those who didn't get premium.
Some (maybe two) months ago when people were searching through BF4s files they actually found 2 additional DLC packs, though one of them was in a numerical order before final stand (it was 5th, final stand 6th and then there was 7th which is probably what they are going to announce). EDIT: since final stand is "story wise" supposed to be the last DLC I think this one has to be something a bit different. A WWII or BF2142 related DLC with new weapons and 4 maps would be great.
I'm already almost at 70 gigs for bf4, I'm gonna need a bigger hard drive
More BF goodness! Dino mode please!
Should be free for everyone that has the game not just premium members. Least they can do for giving us a broken game that took almost a year to fix.
Why are people here happy for the game with the most DLC in existence releasing more DLC?
Well I only payed £11.99 for premium which is the equivalent to buying a single map pack, I didn't even buy BF4, it was given to me
Assault class AK-47 or AK-74u
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