A two-pronged DLC release for Battlefield 1 is set to deploy in the next couple of weeks.
Battlefield is celebrating its 15th birthday by offering double XP across four of the franchise's games, as well as with Battlefield 1's October update.
The major expansion has a release date and we have the lowdown on the new content you'll be checking out.
The developers worked with the gaming community to create a mode focused on competition.
This definitive package includes access to all current and future DLC for the first-person shooter.
EA didn't technically hold a press conference this year, but its EA Play event was still packed with announcements.
The expansion will hit Battlefield 1 this September.
There are numerous changes and bug fixes as well in this massive update.
The feature will allow Premium Pass members to invite non-members to play in their exclusive maps.
Premium Pass members get it exclusively for two weeks before it is released to the masses.
Four packs are planned in all, including the already announced They Shall Not Pass.
Some new Rent-a-Server features have been added as well to give more power to server admins.
Battlefield 3 and 4 had them, so this is a logical - and welcome - move.
Four maps, two tanks, and a new class are just part of the additions to the French-focused expansion.
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It turns out going back to the Great War was just the jolt of inspiration needed to make a great Battlefield campaign.
New Concept Exploration images show possible maps that will be released.
Still waiting on the French and Russian Armies.
The new mode casts you as a medic or a scout, each with enhanced abilities.
Want to test your skills against other Battlefield 1 players? Then you're going to want to go hardcore.