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Get hyped for Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth with a new teaser trailer

Ready for Battlefield 4's next piece of downloadable content? In just a few days Dragon's Teeth will release for Premium members, and to get you even more excited EA has released a brand new teaser.  It's 30 seconds of non-stop action across four all-new multiplayer maps set in Asian cities. More importantly, it's just a taste of the full-length trailer that will presumably release alongside the expansion on July 15.

In addition to four new multiplayer maps, Dragon's Teeth will introduce five new weapons, a new Ballistic shield gadget that blocks incoming bullets, and the heavily armed remotely operated ground vehicle, The R.A.W.R. There's also ten assignments and the new Chain Link game mode, which sees you create chains by linking together capture points to win the battle.

Below are the descriptions for each of the four new maps included with Dragon's Teeth:

  • Lumphini Garden: Cruise with fast-moving PWC’s on the canals in the pristine park to get the upper hand.
  • Pearl Market: Wage wars within the bustling alleyways and upon the rooftops of the marketplace.
  • Propaganda: Fight among massive despotic monuments in the grey concrete battleground.
  • Sunken Dragon: Battle between modern high rises as you wreak havoc in a floating restaurant or drain the lake opening up for a frontal vehicle assault.

Dragon's Teeth will be released for Premium members on July 15. All other non-Premium players can purchase it on July 29.

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