Battlefield 1, the latest entry in the series developed by DICE, is soon going to receive its first expansion pack, named They Shall Not Pass, but this won't be the only one coming to the game in the future. With a new post on the team's official website, DICE revealed the names and the first details of the three other expansions packs included in the Premium Pass.
The three other Battlefield 1 expansion packs will be called In the Name of the Tsar, Turning Tides and Apocalypse, all including additional content that has yet to be detailed in full. Premium Pass holders will also get two-week early access to all the expansion packs and more.
Today, we revealed the first details of all four expansion packs included in Battlefield 1 Premium Pass* with Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass, Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar, Battlefield 1 Turning Tides and Battlefield 1 Apocalypse. To expand the global conflict and build on the game’s award-winning multiplayer experience, players will be able to defend their homeland as the hardened French Army and battle in treacherous snow covered ravines with the Russian Army. Players can also engage in intense naval clashes and conquer fiercely disputed ground in the most infamous battles of the Great War. The expansion packs will also include 16 new multiplayer maps, 20 new weapons, and new elite classes. Additionally, Battlefield 1 Premium Pass members will get two-week early access to each unreleased expansion pack, plus 14 Superior Battlepacks, priority sever access and more.
If you're among those who have yet to experience the game, you will be able to do so for free on PC and Xbox One this weekend thanks to a Free Trial running from March 3rd until March 5th.
Now, players who have yet to get in on the action will be able to experience Battlefield 1’s epic multiplayer and gripping single player in the upcoming PC† and Xbox One‡ free trials from March 3 through March 5. Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One will get unlimited play time with the full Battlefield 1 multiplayer and single player offering. Origin for PC players will get 10 hours of play time with the full multiplayer experience on two maps, and the first two War Stories of the games acclaimed single player
Battlefield 1 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.