Battlefield 1 Turning Tides DLC and more
EA has announced 2 new Battlefield 1 DLC
Battlefield 1 players are going to be very happy today. EA has announced two new Battlefield 1 DLC. The two new DLC are Turning Tides and Apocalypse. EA also confirmed “British Royal Marines” will be available as a playable faction. Battlefield 1’s third DLC is Turning Tides. Turning Tides is coming in December 2017. Eas official description is, “Participate in the amphibious warfare of WW1 and engage in the Daredevil Zeebrugge Raid, the Gallipoli offensive, and more.” Turning Tides DLC is based around naval warfare. The Russia’s allies, Britain’s and France’s navy attacked the Ottoman Empire. The battle happened on the Gallipoli peninsula (Gelibolu in modern Turkey.)
We don’t have much info about The Apocalypse DLC. EAs official description reads, “Go over the top in the most infamous battles of WW1. Conquer bitterly contested ground with brutal tools and unique weapons.” The Apocalypse DLC is going to be released in early 2018. We will get more info later on.
Every other Battlefieldeld 1 DLC included six maps and four new classes and weapons. Battlefield 1s 2nd DLC was in the Name of Tsar. In the name of Tsar, DLC Russians were added. You could fight as the Russian army, and the “Women’s Battalion of Death.”
With that DLC 11 new weapons, three new vehicles, new stationary gun, and new supply drops were added. The new vehicles were Ilya-Muromets Heavy Bomber, Putilov-Garford, and Y-Lighter Landing Craft. Some of the new weapons are new melee weapons, Mosin-Nagant M91, and the Russian Standard 1912 grenade. The new stationary vehicle is the coastal gun batteries. Every Battlefield 1 DLC (until now) has been priced at $14.99, and the season pass is priced at $49.99 on Origin.
Battlefield 1 was released on October 21, 2016, for the PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Battlefield 1 sold 3.46 million units in its first week, and that made it Battlefield’s 2nd most sold games in the first week. Battlefield 4 is at the number 1 spot with 4.68 million units sold. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare launched around the same time. The community didn’t like Cod Infinite Warfare, but it still sold very well. According to VGChartz as of Aug 2017, BF 1 sold 12.82 million units, while Infinite Warfare sold 12.50 million units.
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