The latest update for Battlefield 1 is now live, introducing a number of important tweaks and adjustments to the game, as well as some key changes to two of its more popular game modes.
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EA’s pre-E3 event in Hollywood stands to be an exciting showcase of the publisher’s upcoming release schedule, and Battlefield 1 continues to remain relevant with its next expansion, In The Name Of The Tsar, set to be unveiled at EA Play on June 10.
It’s been a long time since we last got a decent game in the series, but fans of one of the first great first-person shooter franchises can relive a classic for free, as 2007’s Medal of Honor: Airborne joins the EA Access Vault.
There’s no doubting that the release of Battlefield 1 not only reinvigorated the franchise, but also the genre. The proof is in the pudding: DICE’s critically acclaimed shooter had 19 million players in the quarter after launch.
Battlefield 1 is set to get a big update very soon, with a number of important features, bug fixes and weapon tweaks coming by way of the Spring Update.
Battlefield 1 could be getting one of the most praised features from Battlefield 4.
We’ve waited a while for Battlefield 1’s first expansion to hit, and it’s a mighty fine addition to what was already a fantastic game.
DICE creative director, Lars Gustavsson, says other shooters returning to historical settings offer “healthy competition”.
Some three months after release, we now finally have concrete details about Battlefield 1’s first expansion pack … just don’t expect it before March.
Last year turned out to be a strange albeit successful one for Call Of Duty.