Free DLC For 'Battlefield' And 'Battlefield: Hardline' Distributed: Are We In For More Game Surprises From EA?

By Roleen Delos Reyes , Updated May 05, 2016 04:20 AM EDT

Like war zone manna from the heavens, EA distributed free "Battlefield" and "Battlefield: Hardline" content to gamers that can be acquired for a limited period. The impending release of the "Battlefield 4" game successor appears to have prompted this sudden generosity in lieu of the new "Battlefield" official launch on May 6.

According to Segment Next, the "Battlefield" 4 Dragon Teeth add-on and "Battlefield: Hardline" Robbery comes with four new locations that can be accessed until May 10 only. In addition to these free items and expansion, the community missions can be played along with the unlocked competitive modes and new weapons for the arsenal. However, despite the time-bound promo, EA promised more free content in the coming months.

With these new expansions released, fans also raved over the availability of these new "Battlefield" 4 and "Battlefield: Hardline" content in a wider range of platforms, may it be for computers or consoles, as reported by AusGamers. A good move from EA as gamers tend to shy away from too much game exclusivity.

Slowly gaining popularity, EA and "Battlefield" developers are feeding off hype and continue to tease fans on the upcoming mind-blowing surprise of a game. One of the game developers went as far as predicting an Internet pandemonium as soon as the next "Battlefield" installment is released. The stakes are higher than ever as the "Battlefield" crew seemingly believe that the new game will set them apart from one of EA's "Battlefield" game competitor, Call of Duty.

However, EA is still radio silent over the official details about their new title and instead, diverted all energy and attention to the recent expansion.  Bleeding Cool speculated that the next "Battlefield" will most likely carry World War II as the game's setting. An attractive rumor to most gamers who enjoy FPS gaming.

The effort to maintain the hype is expected as "Battlefield" series remains to EA's biggest moneymaker of all first person shooter games ever produced.

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