Battlefield 1: Apocalypse DLC Arrives in February

Battlefield 1: Apocalypse will launch in February for Premium Pass holders. This latest expansion features some of the most iconic battlefields of World War 1.

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The game’s new Apocalypse DLC main highlight is the brand new Air Assault mode, where dogfights and airships are catered to players who likes being a fighter pilot than a foot soldier on the ground. London Calling and Razor’s Edge are the two maps specially designed for aerial combat.

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EA and DICE have taken added steps to ensure a fresh new gameplay experience by adding new maps built around World War I’s larger conflicts, including Passchendaele, the Somme and Caporetto. In addition to the new maps, players will have access to new aircrafts, vehicles, weapons, gadgets, ranks, service assignments, specializations, and even dog tags.

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To explore what Apocalypse has to offer, players will need to purchase a Premium Pass. Battlefield 1: Apocalypse is available via EA’s Origin and cost $56.90.

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