Battlefield 1 publisher EA has recently revealed its DLC and update plans for the WWI shooter on PS4, Xbox One and PC in the coming weeks and months.
The game features a solid single player movement and its deep multiplayer experience that will get even deeper, thanks to free updates and upcoming Battlefield 1 DLC expansion packs for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
Battlefield 1 fans can look forward to the release of the Bleed out Custom Game on January 18. The Bleed Out game is a custom version of Rush in which downed enemy solders respawn quickly, but regenerative health has been turned off.
Once Bleed out has made its Battlefield 1 debut then the DICE will move on to the release of the They Shall Not Pass DLC pack in March.
In between then, DICE will make various gameplay in the view of improvements via a series of updates based on player feedback.
EA DICE is currently offering a Battlefield 1 Premium Pass, which is also known as a Season Pass that allows gamers to buy the game's upcoming DLC.
The Battlefield 10 'They Shall Not Pass', release date has been confirmed for March, though this is for Premium Pass holders. This release window will not apply to those of you that are planning to buy the DLC add-on as a standalone piece of content.
As for the three other expansions packs the EA typically puts a couple of months between its DLC releases so we would be expecting the second DLC add-on to emerge in May or June.
We would expect all four of them to be out by early 2018.
An official EA statement says, "A new year is upon us, and though we enjoy looking back at an exciting launch we're even more thrilled thinking about the road ahead for Battlefield 1."
"We're thrilled that you're enjoying the official Custom Games and these will of course continue."
Game maker also added that, "In February we'll roll out a new update for Battlefield 1 with gameplay improvements based on our constant testing and the feedback from you, the community. Expect more details and full update notes to be revealed in the near future.
EA and DICE have just finished dishing out special rewards as part of the Battlefield 1 Christmas event, reports Daily Express.
Fans should be aware that the They Shall Not Pass DLC also comes with time limit, where Premium Pass members get to start playing a full two weeks ahead.
EA has confirmed that the system will also be in place for the launches of the other three expansion packs which are planned for Battlefield 1 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.