'Battlefield 1' New DLCs, Premium Pass & More Updates

11 January 2017, 5:30 am EST By Hemal Vora Mobile & Apps
Recent reports reveal that EA will release the Beta version of the WWI shooter game after the Gamescom event. The WWI shooter game Battlefield 1 DLC and the update will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC as early as in next three months.  ( Battlefield/YouTube )

Recent reports reveal that EA will release the beta version of the WWI shooter game "Battlefield 1" after the Gamescom event. The WWI shooter game Battlefield 1 DLC and the update will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in the coming months.

The Battlefield 1 Bleed Out Will be Out Soon

The Battlefield 1 game will feature a robust single player game mode and a deeper multiplayer game mode, which will come along with the free updates and the game's DLC expansion packs that will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC. Fans are looking forward to the Battlefield 1 game to be released on January 18. The Battlefield 1 Bleed Out is a custom version of the game where enemy soldiers can respawn quickly after they get downed. However, the regenerative health function will not be available, as reported by Gottabemobile.

Premium Pass Holders Can Download 'They Shall Not Pass' DLC pack in March

After the Bleed Out custom version, the game publisher is expected to release the 'They Shall Not Pass' DLC pack of the game in March. It is notable that the game publisher is offering a Battlefield 1 Premium Pass or the Season Pass of the game which will allow players to buy the upcoming DLC. The 'They Shall Not Pass' DLC pack has been slated for March release only for the Season Pass holders. Reports say that the other three expansions will take a couple of months for release in the month of May or June, as reported by Enstarz.

Battlefield 1 DLCs get lined up for launch in 2017

Players can expect all the four DLC packs to be released by early 2018. According to the official statement by EA Dice, the company said that it is thrilled and excited about the launch "road ahead for Battlefield 1". So players can expect the DLCs to be lined up for release throughout the year. It looks like the year is indeed going to be a happening one for Battlefield 1 and EA DICE.

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