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Now the big Battlefield 1 extension launched for Premium members

IT | Apr 12, 2017 | Master3395

All others must wait two more weeks.

EA and Dice have finally released it after long detested DLC-one, They Shall Not Pass, Battlefield 1 - a game we were rewarded with 10 out of 10 in November.

New player mode
There have been a number of significant updates since then, but this is the really big content update that adds a lot of new:

"In addition to Frontlines, there are four new maps to find as well as a new class and tanks, as well as two new Operations experiences: The Devil's Anvil and Beyond the Marne.

A little about Frontlines, which is perhaps the most exciting. The purpose is that the two teams compete for one point, instead of more time. About battles become too scattered, the game switches to Rush-like attack and defense of two telegraph-points. "

All others must wait two more weeks
The update comes about two weeks to all the usual Battlefield 1, while those who have paid for the Premium edition that includes all the DLC one who comes, ie, can begin as early as today.

It also launched an update of the game itself.

Keywords: Battlefield 1

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