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Xbox One Version Of Battlefield 4 Gets Second Assault DLC Day One

Posted on Monday, October 7 @ 11:05:35 PST by Alex_Osborn


The first piece of Battlefield 4 downloadable content, dubbed Second Assault, will be available first on Xbox One, immediately at launch. 

Electronic Arts confirmed the news to Videogamer, telling the outlet that this multiplayer add-on will be available November 22nd on Microsoft's next-gen console. There's no word yet on when the DLC will be made available on other platforms, so PlayStation and PC gamers will just have to wait and see.

Battlefield 4: Second Assault includes a total of four remade maps from Battlefield 3, those being  Caspian Border, Gulf of Oman, Operation Metro, and Operation Firestorm.

Battlefield 4 launches on current-generation hardware on October 29th, and next-gen consoles upon their launch.

[Videogamer, via IGN]
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