Battlefield 4: Final Stand DLC now available for free on Xbox One
Battlefield 4 is a first-person shooter video game that has been developed by EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE) and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released back in October 2013 as a sequel to Battlefield 3, a game released in 2011. Battlefield 4 was released for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC. So far, the game has received many DLCs, but today we will talk about the Final Stand DLC, content that was released back in November 2014.
This DLC was unveiled by DICE during its Gamescom 2013 event held on August 20, 2013. The Final Stand DLC came with four new maps along with some “Secret” prototype vehicles and weapons. The four maps Hangar 21, Hammerhead, Giants of Karelia and Operation Whiteout. At the same time, the Rorsch X1 was added along with gadgets such as XD-1 Accipiter and the DS-3. As for vehicles, the hovercraft tank based on the Levkov 1937 Hovercraft MBT was added.
The DLC was first released for Battlefield 4 Premium members on November 18, 2014. Non-Premium members (who had purchased the DLC) were able to download the patch only after December 2, 2014. Speaking of Battlefield games, you should also check out the brand new Battlefield 1 game which has went up for preorder, as well.
Last year, Battlefield Hardline was released to a lackluster response, which is why there are still a good amount of gamers who are still playing Battlefield 4. Luckily for these players, EA is now giving away the Final Stand DLC for free. However, in order to be able to get this DLC for free, you will need to be a Gold Xbox Live subscriber. And if you’re among the unlucky ones, here is how to fix Battlefield 4 crashes on Windows 10.
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