Battlefield 4 mission challenges players to collect 10 million dog tags in one week

First DICE Community Mission begins today and runs through February 11; get knifing!

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Sharpen up those knives, Battlefield 4 players.

The first DICE Community Mission began today and it challenges players to collectively grab 10,000,000 dog tags using melee attacks by February 11 at 8 a.m. PDT, the developer announced on its website today.

The mission is available across all platforms, and if it is completed in time, all participating players will receive a gold battlepack on February 20. You can track mission progress on Battlelog through the "Missions" tab."

Electronic Arts announced last month that February would be "Battlefield 4 Player Appreciation Month," featuring Community Missions like the one now underway, as well as a double XP weekend and other freebies. The move is a make-good effort for the game's dramatic server woes that plagued the game at launch, but have dissipated considerably since.

Are you going to take part in the Community Mission? Let us know in the comments below.

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