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  • Summary: Dragon’s Teeth sees five new weapons making their Battlefield debut in addition to a new unlockable gadget, the Ballistic shield. Dragon’s Teeth also introduces a new game mode, Chain Link, a twist on the fan-favorite Conquest mode that sees squads battle to link capture points in order to achieve victory. Fans will also get ten new assignments with unique unlocks and a new Battle pickup in the R.A.W.R., a remote controlled ground vehicle armed to the teeth. Expand
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  1. Battlefield 4 hasn't been too stable since launch, but this pack helps. Varied maps and a fun new mode - we like. [Oct 2014, p.97]
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  1. Aug 14, 2014
    While not as good as the China Rising pack, it's still miles better than Naval Strike.
    - Great new selection of guns and gadgets,
    including a ludicrously powerful Deagle
    - Maps are very varied, have lots of different areas to explore
    - Sea Dragon is possibly the best DLC map to date
    - New challenges and awards take actual effort this time around, unlock previous DLC additions

    - Could have added moire vehicles to some maps, as some are empty feeling (Propaganda in particular)
    - The Deagle and MPX weapons are devastating, requiring little to no effort to get kills in hardcore or normal play
    - Pearl Market is very cramped, feels more like a larger Call of Duty map than a Battlefield map, only lends itself to Team Deathmatch style gamemodes
    - Chainlink gamemode addition is interesting but functions very poorly