EA and Dice are throwing together all the DLC for Battlefield 4 and calling it Battlefield 4: Premium Edition.
In addition to the main game, the Premium Edition will contain all five expansion packs (China Rising, Second Assault, Naval Strike, Dragon’s Teeth, and the yet-to-be-released Final Stand). Those who have not purchased Battlefield 4 will get twenty new maps, new weapons, and enhanced customization options that were not in the base game when it launched nearly a year ago. Unfortunately, it will also come with many of the bugs and glitches that the game still suffers from despite being released nearly a year ago. Although the game performs much better than when it launched, many players still experience issues like deleted saves, intense lag and rubber-banding.
Battlefield 4: Premium Edition launches October 21 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for $60. The next entry in the Battlefield franchise, Battlefield: Hardline, is set to release early 2015.