Battlefield 1 Features Russian Winter On Its New DLC; Update Schedule Changes And More

It seems like DICE, Battlefield 1 game developer, has lots of plans for the World War 1 shooter which includes monthly updates, new game additions and the upcoming major DLC expansion. The game's new DLC pack is known as Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar which will take place on the Eastern Front.

In a blog post, it was explained that the new expansion pack for the game will bring players to the Eastern Front, where they would fight along with the Russian army and experience the cruelty of battle and the coldness of Russian Winter. It was also reported that an all-new tactics will be arriving soon. Each of Battlefield 1's expansion pack includes new maps, vehicles, weapons and game modes, where premium players can get their hands on these contents first.

However, players are not required to own a Season Pass to profit from other features arriving as part of the spring update. It includes Platoons allowing players to join forces with friends, as Express reported.

Battlefield 1 would be receiving massive updates more frequently, as DICE plans to improve the players' game experience each month. Based on the developer, these plans include restructuring the flow into battles and refining gameplay concerns. In addition, it appears that new game balances are expected to arrive.

On other news, it appears that Activision is trailing Battlefield's success, as they are planning to have a World War II setting for Call of Duty 2017. As for the franchise, Call of Duty: World War II is heavily rumored to be Activision's upcoming entry to its popular shooter franchise. Players are hopeful to see a gameplay trailer and a debut gameplay soon. As of now, they are suggested to wait for Activision's official announcement.

Battlefield 1 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while Call of Duty games, Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered are also available on similar gaming platforms.


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