Battlefield 4 vs. Call of Duty Ghosts: Battlefield 4 Looks to Release Its Fourth DLC Pack, 'Dragon's Teeth'
After a brief delay because of some game-breaking bugs, it looks like "Battlefield 4" is ready to release its next expansion pack.
International Business Times reported that EA will unveil the game's fourth DLC pack, "Dragon's Teeth," sometime next week.
Some leaked images have hit the internet, giving fans an early look at what they can expect from the new update. IBTimes wrote, "Leaked weapons include the Desert Eagle Handgun, the Unica Magnum, SIG MPX SMG, SRSS Bulldog 762 Assault Rifle, and McMillan CS5 Sniper Rifle. However, the most exciting item happens to be the Ballistic Shield, which is set to change combat dynamics. Also included is the MAARS gadget."
The ballistic shield will look to add a new element of strategy to the game. It's two-handed, meaning players will be unable to shoot from behind cover. However, it is mobile, and you can bash other players standing within striking distance of it.
Maybe this update will allow players to put all of the game's technical issues behind them and let "Battlefield" take the first person shooter crown from long-time ruler "Call of Duty."
Speaking of "Call of Duty," its reign still seems to be going strong. Forbes reported that, despite somewhat disappointing launch day sales, "Call of Duty: Ghosts" is the bestselling game on both the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The game has even outsold the two systems' respective exclusives, Playstation's "inFamous: Second Son" and Xbox's "Titanfall."
"Call of Duty" has long been criticized for its lackluster and mostly superficial story mode campaign as well as its lack of innovation. Yet even the series' most avid haters had to admit that the preview for Activision's next installment, "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare," looks to be something special. The game looks to stay true to its namesake, featuring a futuristic setting with tech armor wearing super soldiers waging war on America.
Check out the trailer here.
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