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EA Announces Battlefield 1 Turning Tides Expansion Launch Date

Battlefield 1 is the most realistic war experience that we had up until now. The game manages to portray all the aspects of  World War 1 with the addition of real battle maps and assets like weapons and vehicles that resemble the ones used in the war. One thing was missing though and that was the epic naval battles that were taking place during WW1, but the developer team has your back again with the next expansion, Battlefield 1 Turning Tides which releases on December 11th.

The Battlefield 1 Turning Tides expansion will be released in two separate parts, with the first one launching on December 11th. This part will include 2 new maps (Achi Baba and Cape Helles) the Gallipoli operation which is basically a portray of the amphibious assault of the Gallipoli peninsula as well as a new class, the infiltrator, weapons and more.

The second part of the expansion will be available in January 2018 bringing 2 new maps, the Heligoland Bight and the Zeebrugge and the Royal Marines army of Britain. Since this information has been given to the owners of the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass, keep in mind that there is the possibility of some of the new content being exclusive.

All Premium Pass owners also have a Two-Week Early Access to unreleased expansion packs so if you own one you will be able to try Battlefield 1 Turning Tides in just a week. Don’t forget that the Premium Pack is now on sale for €14.99 and along with the DLC it also includes 14 superior Battlepacks, new weapons, and new multiplayer maps.

EA has also announced a 4th DLC for Battlefield 1 stated for release in early 2018 named Apocalypse. There is still no information about this DLC but it seems that it won’t be launched far after Battlefield 1 Turning Tides second update.

Battlefield 1 is one of the most successful multiplayer FPS titles right now, available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. They Shall Not Pass and In the Name of the Tsar, the first and second expansion packs respectively, are already out for those interested in spending more on post-release content.