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Battlefield 4 China Rising map names revealed

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The four new maps are Guilin Peaks, Dragon Pass, Taklamakan, and Altai Range.

BF4 China Rising

The China Rising DLC is just weeks away from release, and it’s surprising that we’ve yet to see any trailers or screenshots yet. But then again, DICE is spending their time right now on fixing the base game — no reason to release a DLC when many players are still having issues with the game to begin with.



Nevertheless, the Battlefield 4 China Rising DLC is scheduled for release on December 3rd, and we already knew some details about the expansion. For one, it will bring back the old Air Superiority game mode, and as all DLC, it’ll include new weapons and vehicles as well.

And according to leaked promo from the official South American Battlefield 4 site, the names of the four new maps have been revealed. They are: Guilin Peaks, Dragon Pass, Taklamakan, and Altai Range. There were some rumors that the maps would be remakes of BF2 maps based in China, such as Dalian Plant and FuShe Pass. This doesn’t seem to be the case, according to the map names.

The promo also confirms 5 new weapons, new vehicles and “technologies”, and 10 new assignments. Like most other expansion packs, the weapons are likely unlocked by completing the assignments. One of the new vehicles is the Dirtbike, and one of the new gadgets is the MUAV (Micro UAV).

Hopefully we’ll get more details about the DLC soon. China Rising launches on December 3rd for Premium members and on December 17th for non-premium players. The DLC will retail for $15.

Battlefield 4 China Rising

Thanks for the tip, William!

5 COMMENTS & TRACKBACKS

  1. Michael Tempesta
    November 13th, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    They should have remade Dragon Valley, Dalian, and any two other BF2 maps.

  2. Chronicc
    November 13th, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    Indeed! Bring dragon valley back atleast!

  3. Steve Beat
    November 14th, 2013 at 8:11 am

    …Yep, loved Dragon Valley and would have liked to have seen it back. It’s not that we BF fans don’t like change – it’s that having some of the same maps running through the continuing franchise gives you a sense of ‘real world’ that you are fighting in. It enhances the realism and makes the game more immersive.

  4. Hoovercraft
    November 20th, 2013 at 11:49 am

    I agree completely! Bring back Dragon Valley and Dalian Plant! Also FuShe Pass would be terrific! Soghua Stalemate, Daquing Oilfields, too… Damn that bring memories back… Hell, in fact, all of them should be remade. Im going to play some BF2 now… Good thing is, it hasn’t been forgotten, still plenty of people playing it!

  5. Leo
    November 23rd, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    Yup, i’ve been waiting dragon valley since bf3. I will only buy bf4 if they release the bf2 dragon valley or operation clean sweep or zatar wetlands… hell, every bf2 maps are great!

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