EA has announced and detailed the final three Battlefield 1 expansions set to join the already announced ‘They Shall Not Pass’ extension due out this month.
The three are titled In the Name of the Tsar’, ‘Turning Tides’ and ‘Apocalypse’, and will introduce you to the Russian army, naval warfare and deadly no man’s land combat. Their release dates are as of yet unknown.
They Shall Not Pass (due out March 2017)
Play as one of the most ferocious armies in WW1 – the French. Engage in the savage fighting around the furnace of Verdun, and descend into the bowels of Fort de Vaux where barbarous battles rage in the gas-filled corridors. Take part in the largest tank assault of the war by the Aisne riverbanks.
In the Name of the Tsar
Enter the biggest front of WW1 with the Russian Army. Ride in Galicia with the legendary Hussars during the Brusilov offensive. Partake in the skirmishes of the Albion assault in a freezing archipelago and fight in the snow covered ravines of the treacherous Lupkow Pass.
Participate in the amphibious warfare of WW1. Embark with the new destroyer into intense tactical naval clashes. Master the coastal class airship in the fierce interplay between land, air and sea. Engage in the daredevil Zeebrugge raid and storm the beaches in the first days of the Gallipoli offensive.
Go over the top in the most infamous battles of WW1. Conquer bitterly contested ground with brutal tools and unique weapons born out of desperation and deadlock. Never before have the nightmarish horrors of the Great War been closer as you descend into hell. Prepare to enter the Apocalypse.
The Premium Pass gifts holders with access to the expansions two weeks before everyone else. It also includes 14 Superior Battlepacks, 16 new multiplayer maps, 20 new weapons to use, new elite classes, priority server access, and a partridge in a pear tree.
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