Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth expansion weapons, gadgets, vehicles outed

  • Posted May 10th, 2014 at 20:39 EDT by Ahmad Hussain

Battlefield 4 has seen regular paid DLC expansion packs ever since its release in 2013. So far, we've seen Second Assault, China Rising, and Naval Strike, with Dragon's Teeth and Final Stand around the corner. These expansions have brought new maps, guns, gadgets, assignments, dog tags, vehicles, assignments, and camouflage patterns to DICE's cross-gen shooter.

The next DLC pack, Dragon's Teeth, has had some details leaked by user "elementofprgress" of the stat site Symthic, who uncompressed and decrypted a client patch for the game.

The information shows that there are five new weapons, two new vehicles, and a new gadget alongside a host of new dog tags and awards.

The new weapons include the Bulldog 762 Assault Rifle, the SIG MPX PDW, the Unica 6 Revolver, the Desert Eagle Pistol, and the CS5 Sniper Rifle. elementofprogress has images of each weapon on his Symthic forum thread.

The new vehicles include a remote-operated vehicle with a top-mounted gun and another with an attached 40mm grenade launcher.

The new gadget is the Ballistic Shield, a two-handed Support-only gadget that stops bullets and allows you to melee enemies at the expense of not having any guns out.

Like always, leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt, but the content included seem to fit Dragon's Teeth's settings of dense, urban areas.

There is still no confirmed release date for Dragon's Teeth.

What new piece of equipment are you most excited for in Battlefield 4's latest expansion? Let us know down below! 

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Ahmad Hussain is a Reporter at PlayStation Universe. He's a massive nerd when it comes to gaming and tech. Follow him on Twitter.
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