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  • Summary: Battlefield 4 Second Assault features four of the most fan-favorite maps from Battlefield 3: Operation Metro, Caspian Border, Gulf of Oman, and Operation Firestorm - reimagined with Frostbite 3 graphics and Battlefield 4 gameplay.
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  1. Dec 5, 2013
    75
    Probably not the most interesting content to buy separately if you don’t have Premium access, unless you miss so much some of the most famous maps from Battlefield 3. But if you already have Premium, it’s a good start before the main dishes for Battlefield 4.
  2. Dec 5, 2013
    70
    Second Assault marks another successful map pack for DICE, although one not nearly as sharp as Battlefield 3's marvellous End Game sign-off. Two excellent maps, one decent effort in Metro, and the perfunctory but underwhelming Operation Firestorm are enough to freshen up the rotation, while the new weapons might sate those who've already (somehow) exhausted the 'vanilla' game's already sizeable arsenal.
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  1. Mar 16, 2014
    9
    Price aside, this is a welcome and great expansion, because I loved these maps and they look glorious on XB1. Especially Operation Metro; damn classic map. But the guy below me mentioned 15$ is a lot, and it is, but I don't factor that into my reviews. If you liked these maps, get them. The only downside is that they don't filter in with BF4 maps, you can only play these 4 if you do quick-match. Expand
  2. Jan 8, 2014
    7
    Rehashing 4 maps from Battlefield 3, one even from Battlefield 2, makes for a decent expansion for Battlefield 4 owners. Sadly it's a $15 cost to those without Premium Membership. Electronic Arts and DICE still feel the need to charge us $3 per map when the entire game only costs $60 something that makes me feel like I'm being overcharged. If these four maps were fun for you on Battlefield 3, they'll be just as fun, or more fun, on Battlefield 4. Otherwise you may not be missing a whole lot by skipping the content here. Just be aware that some servers run with DLC exclusively so your options for open servers could narrow some if you decide against any DLC during the life of Battlefield 4. Expand