EA tweeted to say Dragon's Teeth, the next expansion for first-person shooter Battlefield 4, would launch on 15th July 2014 for Premium subscribers - then deleted it.
A tweet from the official Origin Twitter account told followers of a 20 per cent off promotion for Battlefield 4 Premium, before mentioning you could use that to play Dragon's Teeth early on 15th July.
It then deleted the tweet and republished a new tweet without the date, but not before MP1st caught EA in the act.
If we assume 15th July is when Dragon's Teeth goes out to Premium subscribers, and add the two week head start that has applied to previous Battlefield expansions, everyone else will gain access to Dragon's Teeth on 29th July.
Dragon's Teeth includes four new multiplayer maps set in dense Asian Pacific cities, and revolves around urban warfare. The maps are Lumphini Garden, Pearl Market, Propaganda and Sunken Dragon.
Also includes are five new weapons, the new Ballistic shield gadget, the R.A.W.R. heavily armoured remotely operated ground vehicle and the new Chain Link game mode, in which you need to link together capture points to win.
Dragon's Teeth is the fourth expansion for Battlefield 4. The fifth and last is Final Stand, which had been down for a summer 2014 release window, according to the Battlefield website. But that's now been changed to TBD.