Battlefield 1 expands with its first fully-fledged DLC
Battlefield 1 blasted users with an amazing trailer which, unlike many titles before it, stay true to what it promised. So far, several months into the release of EA’s World War I themed first person shooter, players are pleased. In fact, you could say that Battlefield 1 was quite the commercial success, with its enticing gameplay receiving positive responses from celebrities as well. Now that players are accustomed to how Battlefield 1 operates, EA decided it’s time to take the experience to the next level. This includes all kinds of treats for those who are patient enough.
The new DLC is titled They Shall Not Pass and features multiple battles taking place in France. As France seems to be the overall theme of the DLC, it is important to mention that France will be a playable nation. One of the biggest surprises that no one understood when the game was released was the absence of France, with no one able to figure out why the nation was left out of the original experience. Now we know why.
As for the DLC’s story and gameplay, the brave soldiers will be going deep into the Battle of Verdun, the infamous battlefield that scarred the earth and left countless casualties. To take on this new challenge, players will be given new tools to use such as new weapons never before seen in Battlefield 1. There will also be a second battlefield known as the Battle of Soissons, another French war site that took place towards the end of the war.
If you’re excited for this release, you won’t need to wait longer than March 2017 when the DLC will be made available. If you are part of the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass club, you will be able to acquire the expansion two weeks prior to that date.
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