Battlefield 1: New DLC Map, Weapons, Behemoth, And More Shown Off
The They Shall Not Pass expansion comes out in March.
New footage from Battlefield 1's first expansion, They Shall Not Pass, has surfaced, thanks to some of its content being available now on the game's Community Test Environment server. Videos from the testing environment have emerged, showcasing one of the four new maps, Fort De Vaux, as well as the new mega-powerful Behemoth, the Char 2C tank, which is based on a real-world French tank. Also on display is one of the brand-new weapons, the Lebel bolt action rifle, which looks like a solid, powerful option a medium range.
Take a look at the videos below, but note that some things could change before release.
They Shall Not Pass introduces the French army to Battlefield 1. It also adds three other France-set maps: Verdun Heights, Soissons, and Rupture. A mode called Frontlines, which is described as a mixture of Conquest and Rush, is also being added with the expansion.
You can read GameSpot's previous coverage to learn more about They Shall Not Pass.
No release date has been announced beyond sometime in March, but people who own the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass ($50) can play it and the other three upcoming expansions two weeks before everyone else can buy them.
In other Battlefield 1 news, the game's big Winter update went live earlier this month, introducing a higher level cap for each class, along with a number of bug fixes.
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