Today, EA and DICE revealed the first details of all four expansion packs included in Battlefield 1 Premium Pass* with Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass, Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar, Battlefield 1 Turning Tides and Battlefield 1 Apocalypse. To expand the global conflict and build on the game’s award-winning multiplayer experience, players will be able to defend their homeland as the hardened French Army and battle in treacherous snow covered ravines with the Russian Army. Players can also engage in intense naval clashes and conquer fiercely disputed ground in the most infamous battles of the Great War. The expansion packs will also include 16 new multiplayer maps, 20 new weapons, and new elite classes. Additionally,Battlefield 1 Premium Pass members will get two-week early access to each unreleased expansion pack, plus 14 Superior Battlepacks, priority sever access and more.
To say that 2016 has been an interesting year would be a drastic understatement. The year has put us through our paces, bringing with it an unrelenting series of cultural events great and terrible that are sure to leave a lasting mark for decades to come. If the year’s events were a sine wave, both its frequency and amplitude would stand out amongst those of other recent years. Happily, I’d say that most of the big things to hit the gaming scene in 2016 were perched atop the peaks of those waves. It feels like those of us in the gaming community say this every year, but it truly has never been a better time to be a gamer. We’ve had some really excellent titles to sink our teeth into, a surprising number of which were deliveries on development promises that have been keeping us hungry for over five or even as much as ten years.
To date, Harry has now only written two reviews for Saving Content, but he plays lots of games we are otherwise already covering. Though, he’s also playing games that aren’t on many people’s radar, which makes his list one to look for as it may present games to you that maybe you hadn’t heard of before.
Today, DICE released the Battlefield™ 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition worldwide on Xbox One, PlayStation®4 and Origin™ on PC. Players with the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition will get into the full game up to three days before anyone else. Players will also receive three themed content packs stuffed with weapons, vehicles and other items, as well as three vehicle skins and five Battlepacks to enhance their Battlefield 1 experience. In addition, those who pre-ordered the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition will have up to a one-week advance on the new map, Giant’s Shadow, coming to Battlefield 1 as part of a free* update in December.
Today, Microsoft announced the ultimate way for players to experience all-out war with a variety of exclusive Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundles. With these bundles, players can join a world of discovery and epic warfare through ever-changing multiplayer battles with up to 64 players on Xbox Live.
DICE, an Electronic Arts Inc. studio, today announced Battlefield™ 1 Premium Pass*, a membership program delivering new content and early access to Battlefield 1 fans in four upcoming themed digital expansion packs.Battlefield 1 Premium Pass members will be granted two-week early access to each pack, starting with Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass in March 2017 that will bring the French army into the battle in multiplayer.