Battlefield 1 Holiday Event Guide: How To Earn Your Own Free Battlepack

With the celebration of the Christmas Season, numerous companies have their own way of rewarding their players by giving tons of in-game bonuses with their respective games. Apparently, Electronic Arts is one of those companies which spread the holiday spirit by giving away free materials in their first-person shooter game Battlefield 1. The company has introduced Battlepacks, the Distinguished Schnuck and the Legendary Desert Gold dedicated for the Holiday Event of the game title.

According to the report from The BitBag, Battlefield 1 Holiday Event resumes with a free Holiday Truce dog tag. In order to get the exclusive item, players are only needed to log in during the event which runs from Dec. 22 until Dec. 29. The said event launched with a new game mode called Blind Delivery. As reported, it is a variant of the War Pigeons mode.

Apparently, the mini map is now removed in Blind Delivery mode. As a result, it would be harder for players to locate the pigeons on the field. In addition, the weaponry of the new custom game mode is only limited to handguns and explosives only which makes it more interesting and different.

Meanwhile, Electronic Arts started to give free Battlepacks from Dec. 23. Those players who log into the game are qualified to collect the Battlepack. On the other hand, Premium Pass players can receive up to two Superior Battlepacks while the holiday event is still ongoing.

For those who are uninitiated, these battlepacks are in-game trunks. They carry different types of weapons, skins and other parts. The latest version of Battlepack arrives with two new heavy tank skins which include the Distinguished "SchnucK" and Legendary "Desert Gold" alternatives.

Overall, Battlefield 1 players will be pleased to know that there are new vehicle skin additions to the game. This will enable players to further modify several tanks, planes and other vehicles.


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