Battlefield 4 Developers Running ‘Player Appreciation Month’
Jay Efford / 3 years ago
DICE is thanking all fans for sticking with Battlefield 4 despite the entourage of persistent problems with an entire month of giveaways for players. Starting on February 1, DICE will push special community missions and initiate daily giveaways throughout the month.
Every day players log into Battlefield 4 in February, they’ll receive a Bronze or Silver Battlepack, which provide random XP boosts and camouflage skins. These two battlepacks will differ with bronze being handed out through the week and silver on the weekends. Two shortcut bundles, which immediately unlock all grenade types and handguns, will also be made available during February at no cost; however, Battlefield 4 Premium owners will get two additional shortcut bundles that unlock all DMRs and shotguns. Finally, at some point in February, DICE has confirmed a double XP weekend for a veritable treasure trove of boosts for new and seasoned players alike.
On top of these extensive bonuses large updates are inbound with returning fan favourite platoons, In this added social aspect you can team up with your friends to create your own social space and gather stats together. These already extensive developments are apparently only the foothold as over on the battlefield blog they can be quoted as saying:
“We’re also working on other feature additions that you’ve been asking for – stay tuned for more.”
DICE says it will continue to work toward improving the Battlefield 4 experience. The developer is actively working to improve the game’s netcode, which will hopefully result in a more fluid online experience, and promises to share more details on that at a later time. This with an increase in developer transparency lines up to be an extensive february for the Battlefield fans, be they currently active or returning.
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