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Battlefield 4 has reached the end of its post-launch content updates, according to a Twitter post by DICE LA, the team in charge of developing the game’s DLC.

The news, as picked up by Gamespot, comes from a Tweet by David Sirland, a producer at DICE LA, stating that no additional content will release for Battlefield 4 to the Community Test Environment. The CTE is where players with a premium BF4 membership can test prototype content and provide feedback to the developers.

Sirland added that, as of now, there are no plans to shut down the CTE and that server support would continue for BF4. Two free maps were released late last year, each a remake of maps from Battlefield 2 and 3, respectively.

EA recently confirmed the launch of Battlefield 5, expected to arrive by the end of 2016 or early 2017.

Battlefield 4 post-launch content updates to halt, server support to continue

By Jeff Landa | 03/14/2016 09:45 PM PT

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Battlefield 4 has reached the end of its post-launch content updates, according to a Twitter post by DICE LA, the team in charge of developing the game’s DLC.

The news, as picked up by Gamespot, comes from a Tweet by David Sirland, a producer at DICE LA, stating that no additional content will release for Battlefield 4 to the Community Test Environment. The CTE is where players with a premium BF4 membership can test prototype content and provide feedback to the developers.

Sirland added that, as of now, there are no plans to shut down the CTE and that server support would continue for BF4. Two free maps were released late last year, each a remake of maps from Battlefield 2 and 3, respectively.

EA recently confirmed the launch of Battlefield 5, expected to arrive by the end of 2016 or early 2017.

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