Battlefield 4: China Rising Expansion Now Available

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Join the fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland in Battlefield 4 China Rising, available now for all Battlefield 4 Premium members.










Battlefield 4 China Rising introduces four massive new maps including:

· Silk Road: Storm giant sand dunes and rocky cliffs in this massive map.

· Altai Range: Engage across land and air while fighting for control of the mountains.

· Guilin Peaks: Take on the enemy in close quarter combat inside tight-knit caves amidst the iconic peaks of Guilin.

· Dragon Pass: Bring the fight to Dragon Pass, a re-imagining of the classic Battlefield 2™ map Dragon Valley, adding new naval vehicles to help traverse its forking rivers and islands.

The Battlefield 4 China Rising expansion pack also adds Air Superiority game mode for focused aerial combat as well as two new vehicles including the return of dirt bikes. Battlefield 4 China Rising will deliver new weapons, gadgets, assignments, and the new Proxy Attack ability in Commander Mode.

Own more, be more with Battlefield 4 Premium. You can become a Battlefield 4 Premium member for early access to themed digital expansion packs, new weekly content and exclusive personalisation options. Learn more at

Battlefield 4 China Rising will be available starting 17 December for non-Premium members and will cost $27.95 (NZD).

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