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What’s in Battlefield 1’s ‘Premium Pass’

$50 gets you four expansion packs, early access and more

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Electronic Arts and DICE announced details on Battlefield 1’s Premium Pass content today, laying out more than a year’s worth of add-on content for the World War I shooter.

Battlefield 1’s Premium Pass costs $50 and will include four digital expansion packs, with two-week early access to each expansion. The pass’ first major downloadable content will come in the form of an expansion in March 2017 titled, Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass, and include the French army. The Russian Empire will be playable in a future expansion pack.

The Premium Pass will also include the following, according to a release from EA:

  • 16 new multiplayer maps
  • New Operations and game modes
  • New Elite classes
  • 20 new weapons
  • New vehicles
  • 14 Battlefield 1 Battlepacks containing stand-out weapon skins, delivered monthly from November 2016
  • 14 unique dog tags distributed over the course of the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass period

EA promises more details to come on the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass’ contents on the game’s official website.

Battlefield 1 is coming to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One on Oct. 21. The standard version of the game costs $59.99, and EA is selling an "Early Enlister Deluxe Edition" that features add-on content of its own for $79.99. Included in the Early Enlister version are the Hellfighter Pack, Red Baron Pack, Lawrence of Arabia Pack, additional vehicle skins and Battlepacks.

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