Battlefield 4's China Rising DLC Still Free on Xbox One and Xbox 360

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Earlier this month, EA made the Battlefield 4 China Rising DLC completely free as part of its Road to Battlefield 1 campaign. This offer was supposed to end on August 9. However, the content is still free, but only on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has announced this week's lineup of Xbox deals and among them is China Rising for 100 percent off. The DLC normally sells for $15. We're not completely sure what's going on here, but free is free. Go download China Rising right now using these links: Xbox One, Xbox 360.

The offer will apparently be available for the next week, ending on August 27.

China Rising was the first expansion for Battlefield 4 and features four new maps (Altai Range, Dragon Pass, Guilin Peaks, and Silk Road), as well as new weapons, gadgets, and vehicles.

As previously revealed, EA is building excitement for Battlefield 1 by making content for previous games in the series available for free. "A new Battlefield is coming later this year, and we're celebrating by keeping the action going in Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline," it explained.

Some of the other Battlefield 4 freebies have included Second Assault, Naval Strike, and Dragon's Teeth, while EA has also given away Hardline's Betrayal expansion.

Battlefield 1 comes out in October for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Just this week, EA announced that the game's open beta will begin very soon.

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