EA has since been hinting the Battlefield 1 community about brand new things coming to the game. And just recently, they took that a little bit further. The studio unleashed the very first teaser for the forthcoming DLC called They Shall Not Pass. By the looks of it, players will be getting a total of two new armies.
The highly talked-about teaser was basically a new kind of art for the game. It depicts the arrival of the French army, a playable group in the game soon. The image was first posted in the official Twitter page of Battlefield, with the caption that says, "Soyez prets" (of course, in French language). When translated, it means "Be ready."
Soyez prêts. pic.twitter.com/wr1xx3sckz
— Battlefield (@Battlefield) December 16, 2016
The aforementioned Battlefield 1 teaser showcases a couple of torned French flags, all hanging on the walls. It also projects a brutal shootout in what appears to be a bunker. In the official site of the game, it says that the upcoming DLC will actually offer not only one, but two brand new armies. First off, it's the French. And second, it's no other than the Russian legion.
It's already been reported in the past that the They Shall Not Pass expansion will include the armies from France. As for the Russia's empire, it didn't make it to the newsstand until of recent memory. Regardless, it's worth noting that the content is deemed paid and is expected to arrive sometime in March next year.
For Battlefield 1 Season Pass members, they can purchase the DLC for only $50. The cool thing about it is lets them play or access the expansion two weeks prior to the official launch. The latter refers to the regular members having access to it.
The first ever DLC of the titular first-person shooter game arrived recently. It's titled the Giant's Shadow, which is deemed as a free download for anyone who's a Season Pass member. It'll soon be available to all players come December 20.
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