So what do you get when you give an audience what they ask for? Exactly what they want, which is what EA games did is ask fans what maps they wanted to see from past generations of Battlefield and they got just that says Gamespot.
There have been a large amount of good maps and content coming to Battlefield 4 to keep it fresh with competition from games like Black Ops 3 or Halo 5 stealing the game’s thunder. So they decided to release a revamped version of Battlefield 2’s Dragon Valley which is now called Dragon Valley 2015 says Gamespot. This however will not just be an HD textured update for the map.
“Dragon Valley 2015 will have more flags in Conquest mode than any other map in Battlefield 4” says Gamespot According to the game developers it will also support Rush, which is a newer game mode not found in the original as well. So the map will have a large amount of exciting new content for old and new fans alike to compete and land and aerial assaults.
The only down side is that this is for PS4 and Xbox One Players but will be unavailable to older generation systems such as 360 or PS3. The map will actually be part of the much larger free DLC release known as Legacy Operations. So get ready and get shooting for an exciting update that brings back nostalgia with new challenges and HD quality fun mixed in.