Dragon’s Teeth is the fourth of five planned DLC packs set to release in 2014. The fun feeling that Battlefield is known for is back, so put a fresh magazine in that Ace 23 Assault Rifle and dive into the Dragon’s Teeth DLC pack.
Aside from perhaps the Riot Shield, the Deagle 44 is easily the most popular weapon to be released with the Dragon’s Teeth DLC. While it isn’t the hardest assignement in Battlefield 4, it’s also not the easiest. We’ll show you how to complete the Big Splash assignment to get your hands on the Unica 6 Pistol, then how to finish Recoil Kinetics. Your reward for grinding out these two assignments is well worth it, trust us.
There is no questioning the rocky start that Battlefield 4 endured. As the saying goes, however, it’s not how many times you get knocked down that count, it’s how many times you get back up. With Dragon’s Teeth, Battlefield 4 is clearly back on its feet and swinging for the fences. Quite frankly, we could have filled this article with 10 reasons to play the new DLC, but that would have cut into our game time.
Veteran fans of the Battlefield franchise will appreciate this one. Hidden on the Lumphini Garden map are two doors that can be blown open with C4. Inside, players will find a radio. If you’re wearing the right Dog Tags, the radio will play you a theme song that is bound to get your blood pumping. Want to know what Dog Tags you need to be wearing? Open the article to find out.
Have you ever played a round of Operation Locker where two teams stacked up in a narrow hallway and obliterated each other for 15 minutes? Well, with the all new Ballistic Shield that can be unlocked in the Dragon’s Teeth DLC, you might have a chance of pushing the fight forward. At the very least, even if you still die, at least you’ll be carrying a nifty shield.
With the release of the new DLC came a batch of new weapons, as well as a new game mode called Chain Link. While even we were skeptical to start out, the game mode really isn’t that bad. In fact, it does require a completely different strategic approach, and is something that well organized squads should really enjoy. Check out our tips!
If the Deagle 44 is the most sought after weapon of the the new DLC, Sunken Dragon is the stand out map. That’s saying something since all of the maps are actually quite good. Our tips will walk you through some of the key locations, as well as suggested loadouts that should help you rise above the competition.
The Propaganda map is very infantry friendly, featuring a great mixture of long shooting lanes and clusters of cover. Expect some intense firefights to take place on this North Korean inspired terrain, as well as a level of destruction that most people will find very surprising. Lastly, we’ll expain why the Support and Recon classes are actually great options here.
Pearl Market is not for the weak at heart. The clustered streets and rooftops will be overwhelming for players who decide to go it alone, while those who squad up and plan their attack will be rewarded. In terms of landmarks, there aren’t many, so we’ve split our tips up into ground and rooftop tactics, with special attention paid to the E objective on Conquest Large. Expect to get shot in the back here. Hopefully a little bit less thank to our tips.
Lumphini Garden is one of the coolest maps in Battlefield 4 at the moment. It features the most dramatic and well done Levolution, as well as an Easter egg that veterans of the franchise will appreciate. We show you how to use the river to your advantage, or even cut it out of the opposition plans if that’s what you want to do. Lastly, find out which area of the map is the key winning any battle.
Now that Battlefield 4 has been out for almost nine months, and the Dragon’s Teeth DLC is heavily focused on infantry combat, we thought it was a good time to roll out some advanced infantry tips. In this article, we’ll present five ideas that, if used appropriately, will help you to raise that kill to death ratio. While we’re perfectly aware that Battlefield is all about PTFO, you have to be alive if you want to play the objective. As an added bonus, one or two of these tips will send your foes into a fit of rage.
Just like Shotguns and Light Machine Guns, Personal Defense Weapons are for a certain type of player, and thrive in a certain set of circumstances. In this piece, we’ll show you how to complete the Not the Weakest Link assignment to unlock the MPX, but we’ll also talk about what attachments are ideal for it, and what situations you should think about using it in.
Thus far, the Bulldog seems to be a fan favorite. Only time will tell if that’s because it’s an amazing weapon, or if it just happens to be popular because it’s new. This article will talk about how to complete the Lions and Tigers and Bears assignment, as well as compare the Bulldog to one of the Battlefield franchise’s most popular Assault Rifles of all time, the SCAR-H.
If you don’t know what it was designed for, prepare to have a rocky relationship with the CS5 Sniper Rifle. This weapon was made avilable with the Dragon’s Teeth DLC, and we will help you unlock it by completing the The “I” in Team assignment. Once you have it in your hands, however, that’s where the real fun begins. Kills may not come as easy as they do with other rifles, but they are quite satisfying.
Have you ever wished that your EOD Bot came loaded with weapons? Well, you’ll be very pleased to hear that with the new Dragon’s Teeth DLC, DICE has introduced the RAWR, a beefed up EOD Bot stocked with 600 rounds of mayhem. What you might not be as excited about, however, is that it does handle much like an EOD Bot. We’ll show you the locations where you can find this Battle Pickup, as well as give you some ideas on how it can be used to cause death and destruction.