Battlefield 1's Latest Expansion, Apocalypse, Arrives Next Month

Pauline Gross
January 21, 2018

"COMING FOR BATTLEFIELD 1 PREMIUM PASS OWNERS IN FEBRUARY", the official Battlefield 1 blog reads. Called Apocalypse, the new content includes five new maps.

DICE confirmed today that the fourth expansion for the multiplayer shooter, titled Apocalypse, will arrive this February. Battlefield 1 Turning Tides: Participate in the amphibious warfare of World War I. Battlefield 1 Apocalypse: Go over the top in hellish infamous battles during the most cataclysmic time of the war. Passchendaele takes places in the countryside of Belgium, which has now turned into "a nightmarish landscape of blood and mud". Here, players will battle across a devastated landscape and search for cover in dugouts and ruined buildings. You can find a bunch of screenshots for the new weapons and maps below as well. New unlocks and assignments are also included in the DLC. Caporetto meanwhile sees you scrapping it out in mountain trenches near the Isonzo River, while the River Somme has players dodging a barrage of deadly artiliery strikes. The Belgium wasteland Passchendaele, the Italian countryside of Caporetto, and the French River Somme are among the next stations for fearless soldiers to face their relentless enemies.

According to the developer, this map features "scenic wheat fields that transform into a nightmare after devastating artillery barges". Master the skies in the new Air Assault game mode and expand the horizon of your Battlefield 1 experiences.

Battlefield 1's Latest Expansion, Apocalypse, Arrives Next Month

Two of the other new maps, London Calling and Razor's Edge, have been specifically designed for a new game mode called Air Assault.

New Specialization Type: Afflictions - For pro players keen to show their skill in any situation, Afflictions will hamper your soldier in various ways. On the Caporetto map, you'll also have access to two new bombers - the Hansa Brandenburg GI and the Airco DH10.

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