Starting February 1, Battlefield 1: Apocalypse will be made available first to Premium Pass holders. These two maps are air combat focused and will be created to show off the new Air Assault game mode.
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Passchendaele - the Belgium countryside torn by the war between the two powers. Here.in 1917, the Battle of Caporetto took place, which saw the Austro-Hungarians face off with the Italian army. Two are centered on the River Somme location during WWI where the area has been shelled into oblivion. As for the guns, expect new SMG, and five other weapons to round it out to six included in the expansion. Battlefield 1 calls it "A rush for ace aviators and sharp-shooting gunners".
Razor's Edge: Engage in frantic dogfights among snowy peaks, as British and German aces fight for control on this intense map.
For the weapons and equipment, DICE has mentioned that there will be new melee weapons like a meat cleaver, and ahandy prybar. "Air Assault takes to the skies, where planes collide in a fury of dogfights that could include a climactic face-off with Airships", EA said on its website. New weapons, assignments and unlocks are also on the cards.
The Premium Pass gives you access to all four Battlefield 1 expansions, and now costs £39.99 for PC, Xbox and PS4. The game mode comes with two of its own maps which brings the total number of maps to 5.
There's a new "Afflictions" Specialisation Type too.
Premium Pass owners will also receive the Turning Tide DLC North Sea campaign later this month.
I haven't even waded through Turning Tides yet and I am already looking forward to Apocalypse; the DLC for Battlefield 1 has been wonderful so far.
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