Battlefield 4's Second Assault DLC Now "On The House" At Origin

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅22.06.2016 16:12:31

Following their showing at E3, Electronic Arts are continuing the long road to the release of Battlefield 1 with some new free Battlefield content. Listed as part of their On The House promotion at the Origin Store is Second Assault, the second DLC pack for Battlefield 4.

Battlefield 4: Second Assault was released in November 2013 and includes four maps carried over from Battlefield 3 as well as being the debut outing for the games' Capture The Flag mode. Although included within EA Access on console for over a year, this is the first time PC users have been able to pick it up free of charge.

Battlefield 4 has been on sale for as little as $5 this past week, and is currently 50% off on the Origin Store alongside other Battlefield content from times past.

Of course, EA are well aware that just having DLC "On The House" might get their fans a little riled up. No surprise therefore that the Westwood classic Nox continues to be part of the promotion, offering 2000-era action-RPG gameplay for anyone who wants to play a game 'like Diablo, but not quite Diablo'.

You can find the irregularly updated On The House deals at Taking advantage of the promotion is contingent on having an active Origin account.

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