battlefield 4  // Posts tagged as "battlefield 4"

EA Is Giving Away All Its Battlefield 4 DLC for Free

Sep 15th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Gaming | 0 Comment

EA Is Giving Away All Its Battlefield 4 DLC for Free

In case you missed the memo, Battlefield One is coming out next month. To celebrate the release of the WW1 shooter, EA decided to make Christmas come early: EA is giving away all five DLC expansions for Battlefield 4 for free. That’s right: all five DLCs are totally free. EA has charged the full price for each DLC in the past ($15 per pack, or a $60 season’s pass). As far as we know, they

Read More

7 Day Trial of Battlefield 4 Available for Free on Origin

Aug 8th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Gaming | 0 Comment

7 Day Trial of Battlefield 4 Available for Free on Origin

Want to try out Battlefield 4 without paying a dime? Thanks to the kindness of EA’s gentle heart, you can download a free trial of Battlefield 4 and play it for free for 7 days. The deal lasts until August 14, 2014.To be clear, you just need to download Battlefield 4 before August 14, 2014. Your one week free trial begins the moment you play the game for the first time. That’s a sick

Read More

Origin Sale Drops Battlefield 4 to $25, Titanfall to $48

Apr 18th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Gaming | 0 Comment

Origin Sale Drops Battlefield 4 to $25, Titanfall to $48

Want to try out some new games this Easter Weekend 2014? EA feels the same way. EA recently dropped prices on its Origin online store as much as 50% for many of its most popular games. Discounts are as steep as 50% off on all digital downloads. Here are some of the best prices and deals you can enjoy with Origin and EA: Battlefield 4 is worth a download at $24.99 even though it’s st

Read More

People’s Republic of China Bans Battlefield 4 For Some Reason

Dec 26th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Gaming | 0 Comment

People’s Republic of China Bans Battlefield 4 For Some Reason

A lot of things are banned in China. Unrestricted Google searching, for example, is banned. As is Twitter, Facebook, and most other fun websites we take for granted in the developed world. But now the Chinese government has taken issue with something else: Battlefield 4. The country recently announced that it was banning the game from store shelves because it endangers national security. Tha

Read More