Dragon’s Teeth sees five new weapons making their Battlefield debut in addition to a new unlockable gadget, the Ballistic shield. Dragon’s Teeth also introduces a new game mode, Chain Link, a twist on the fan-favorite Conquest mode that sees squads battle to link capture points in order to achieve victory. Fans will also get ten new assignments with unique unlocks and a new Battle pickup in the R.
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, a remote controlled ground vehicle armed to the teeth.
If urban infantry combat with very limited access to vehicles is your thing, you can't go wrong with the Dragon's Teeth map pack. The four new maps are all solid with the superb "Propaganda" having all the trappings of a new fan-favourite. [Sept 2014]
Additional four maps offer different experience to DLC owners. Finally, we couldn’t call out Battlefield 4 as a “problem game”. But don’t forget: Dragon’s Teeth is focusing on infantry battles and close combat mechanics.
Even if there are no vehicles in this DLC, the four maps are well designed (a couple of them have an interesting "levolution") and the new game mode pushes the player to coordinate their actions.
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