Battlefield 4 is getting some new free DLC at the end of this year

Dragon Valley from Battlefield 2 returns

EA announced a new bit of free DLC for 2013’s Battlefield 4, called Legacy Operations. The DLC was shaped by a community vote that took place almost a year ago, where Battlefield 4 fans were asked which map they’d like to see return the most, and the winning vote was the popular Battlefield 2 map Dragon Valley.

Dragon Valley 2015 includes plenty of space for vehicular combat, lots of destructible structures, and includes some gameplay tweaks from the Battlefield 2 version. The trailer, which you can watch up top, makes the map look absolutely massive, so expect this to be a popular new addition.

Legacy Operations will be releasing on Xbox One, PS4, and PC alongside the Holiday Update at the end of the year. At the moment, Dragon Valley is the only thing announced for it, however EA has said it will be talking about the DLC more in the coming weeks so it might not be the only thing included.

Unfortunately, it won’t be coming to last-gen platforms. EA claims this is due to the sheer size of the map.

Just to reiterate because it’s incredible: EA, voted the worst company in the US for multiple years, has released free DLC based on a community vote for a game that came out two years ago. Good job, EA. Well bloody done.

EA has announced that a new bit of free DLC will be coming to 2013’s Battlefield 4, called Legacy Operations. The DLC was shaped by a community vote that took place almost a year ago, where Battlefield 4 fans were asked which map they’d like to see return the most, and the winning vote was the popular Battlefield 2 map Dragon Valley.

Dragon Valley 2015 includes plenty of space for vehicular combat, lots of destructible structures, and includes some gameplay tweaks from the Battlefield 2 version. The trailer, which you can watch up top, makes the map look absolutely massive, so expect this to be a popular new addition.

Legacy Operations will be releasing on Xbox One, PS4 and PC alongside the Holiday Update at the end of the year. Unfortunately, it won’t be coming to last-gen platforms. EA claims this is due to the sheer size of the map.

Just to reiterate because it’s incredible: EA, voted the worst company in the US for multiple years, has released free DLC based on a community vote for a game that came out two years ago. Good job, EA. Well bloody done.

Joe Parlock