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Monday, 12 May 2014 08:10

First footage for Dragon’s Teeth DLC coming

Written by David Stellmack

For the next DLC for BF4 hits this week

DICE has announced via its Twitter feed that we can expect the first footage from the upcoming Battlefield 4 DLC called Dragon’s Teeth to arrive this week.

Dragon’s Teeth will include something new in the form of two-handed ballistic shields, and while you won’t be able to shoot while holding the mobile cover (because you know it’s two-handed and all), players can bonk others with it a meter away. While it sounds kind of weird on the surface, it might be kinda interesting to try.

DICE did not announce a release date for the Dragon’s Teeth DLC for Battlefield 4, but we suspect that the footage when it arrives this week should provide a clue to the release date.

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