May 04, 2016 10:08 AM EDT

Battlefield DLC Gives Freebies To Ensure Business Deals Keep Pouring In

Battlefield DLC does want to lag behind in terms of maintaining thrust and revenues. Creators have recently affirmed that Battlefield DLC is freely giving away some DLC's to keep the linkages and the business deals to flourish and pour in.

The next entry in the franchise is going to replace your old favourites, and the few people still playing Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline will be able to pick up 'Robbery' and 'Dragon's Teeth' at no extra cost, regardless of which platform the game is on as well as other content for the following months, reports WCCF Tech.

Enjoying freebies does not happen all the game, especially in the gaming business and trade. As Battlefield DLC gives freebies on every platform is an indicator of the developers marketing stance to keep the pace and momentum of their game's presence strong in the market.

On a different note, the players can enjoy the older version until the new Battlefield hits the game stalls. The official site of Battlefield has released a statement and it stated, "A new BattlefieldTM is coming later this year, and we're celebrating by keeping the action going in Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline. Over the next few months we'll be giving away previously released expansion packs for both games to anyone playing on Xbox One, Xbox 360, Origin for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. There are also new Community Missions and a whole lot more to get excited about," as cited by the same post.

The gaming industry is constant battle for competence, dominance and revenues, which is why marketing strategies are relentlessly needed to maintain the upbeat, and even other games and developers are implementing it as well. Jobs & Hire also mentioned that even Street Fighter V is modifying its business strategy to guarantee revenues.

The affirmation of Battlefield DLC giving away freebies to ensure business deals to keep on going strong is crucial so that when the new Battlefield arrives, it would keep the gamers link afloat and strong.

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