Published On: Mon, Dec 19th, 2016

Battlefield 1 DLC “They Shall Not Pass” Gets First Teaser And Releases In Mar 2017

The initial paid Battlefield 1 DLC, a “They shall not pass” expansion, has perceived a initial teaser image.

“Soyez prêts,” reads a Tweeted picture from DICE that appears that displays a arriving “They Shall Not Pass” enlargement featuring a French army. “Soyez prêts,” translates to “Be Ready”, and a judgment art clearly shows French soldiers in a fort environment with a French dwindle unresolved from a walls.

The initial paid DLC for Battlefield 1 is slated for a recover in Mar 2017 and will deliver during slightest dual new armies to a game, including a French and Russian empire. The enlargement is enclosed in a game’s reward pass, that was announced progressing this year.

Battlefield 1 Premium Pass members will be postulated two-week early entrance to any pack, starting with Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass in Mar 2017 that will move a French army into a conflict in multiplayer.
Expand a entertainment of all-out fight with some-more frontlines in Battlefield 1 Premium Pass containing:
·         4 arriving digital enlargement packs, including:
o    Two-week early entrance to any enlargement pack
o    Play as new armies including France in Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass, and a Russian Empire in an arriving enlargement pack
o    16 new multiplayer maps
o    New Operations and diversion modes for some-more ways to play
o    New Elite classes
o    20 new weapons
o    New vehicles
·         14 Battlefield 1 Battlepacks containing stand-out arms skins, delivered monthly from Nov 2016
·         14 singular dog tags distributed over a march of the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass period
Check often for sum and recover dates for any enlargement pack.

Battlefield 1 is accessible now for PC, Xbox One and PS4. If you’re meddlesome in Battlefield 1’s really initial DLC “Giant’s Shadow’ map and update, check out this post right here.

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