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Players still looking to jump into Battlefield 1 have a chance to pick up the game and its DLC all at once. During its Gamescom livestream, EA unveiled Battlefield 1: Revolution, a new edition of the multiplayer shooter that releases today for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Revolution is the complete edition of Battlefield 1. It retails for $60 and includes the base game as well as its premium pass, which gives players access to four DLC expansions: They Shall Not Pass, In the Name of the Tsar, Turning Tides, and Apocalypse. Each expansion offers new maps, weapons, and game modes. Those who purchase the Revolution edition will also receive the Red Baron, Lawrence of Arabia, and Hellfighter packs, each of which contains items, vehicles, and emblems based on their respective heroes.

Battlefield 1's next DLC pack, In the Name of the Tsar, releases in September. It adds six maps, two Operations, 11 new weapons, and other content to the popular shooter. The game's penultimate expansion, Turning Tide, follows in December and lets players "partake in amphibious warfare." The last DLC pack, Apocalypse, is scheduled to arrive in early 2018.

Coinciding with the release of Revolution, a new map is also available to play today. Battlefield 1 season pass owners can now jump into Lupkow Pass, one of the new maps from the forthcoming In the Name of the Tsar expansion. It features snow-covered battlefields and "treacherous vertical drops." A closed alpha test for Battlefield 1's new 5v5 Incursions mode kicks off in September.

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Still waiting for an edition with a cover featuring the sex and race that did 98% of the fighting (and dying) in World War One.

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@Wiro "Any advantages of having the Ultimate Edition compared to the Revolution Edition?"

Afraid not, they are exactly the same package, just the Revolution Edition is half the price!.

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I'll buy the DLC pass after all 4 are out.

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I bought the Battlefield 1 Ultimate Edition, which was a quite similar package, but priced very very differently. And I should note that most content of this package hasn't even been released yet. So it's kind of a "pre-order" I guess.

This is quite a change in pricing, quite early.

Any advantages of having the Ultimate Edition compared to the Revolution Edition?

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It never seems like a good idea to pay for battlefield dlc in advance...

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@muppetbabymastr: That would be true of just about any DLC these days I would say.

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@SprSynJn: yeah, picked up doom recently cuz of this. The mp is a blast in thay game and I may have never known:)

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@sellingthings: For BF1 I bought the Ultimate Edition quite early, since I was hyped about the game.

But BF4, I got that one late as well. I fell for the Premium Edition though, which was double the price of the standard edition. 10 Euros instead of 5 euros. But yeah, not long after, they indeed made all DLC free for everyone. Although it was a limited time offer. So they still sell the DLC for BF4, since the offer has expired.