DICE announced last year the Community Map Project, given fans of Battlefield 4 the chance to work alongside the developer and create a map, from concept to its launch. Today we get our first glimpse of Battlefield 4 Community Operations.
The free DLC pack will be coming to all Battlefield 4 players in the Fall, with no exact date released. There will be a separate patch released around the same time.
Enter the dense jungle to battle for supremacy in a valley with a medical research facility, an ancient temple, and a lush waterfall. The valley is infantry-focused with limited access, making the use of agile vehicles (such as RHIB’s on the river, quad bikes for fast transportation, and light attack vehicles) critical for success.
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Source: Battlefield Blog
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