Sunday, August 20, 2017

Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar Update

Recently, EA DICE has proudly revealed the upcoming expansion pack for Battlefield 1 game. The campaign, titled "In the Name of the Tsar" is one of the largest expansions for the game yet which will be out on this September and players with season pass can already start playing from now on. There will be six brand-new maps to explore, eleven new weapons to try on enemies and a few as new vehicles like the Ilya-Muromets Heavy Bomber for transportation purpose.

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In the Name of the Tsar Expansion Announced

Now, take a quick glimpse at the official teaser trailer for "In the Name of the Tsar".

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The map Lupkow Pass is the first of the maps which is out now and set on the Carpathian Mountains of Russia and mostly a vertical-themed map, according to DICE. The surrounding area is a pretty sight for death. It features the fight between Austro-Hungarian forces and the Russian Imperial Army, where except for Supply Drop and Operations, all others modes will be available.

Even though the Lupkow Pass update is essential for everyone playing, yet you have to buy either one of the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass or the In the Name of the Tsar expansion to explore this new map of the game.

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Volga River Map

Lupkow Pass map also gives you access to the 11 new Russian-themed weapons like Mosin-Nagant M91 and Russian Standard 1912 grenade as well as right to use the Ilya-Muromets Heavy Bomber, Putilov-Garford Heavy Armored Car and the Y-Lighter Landing Craft for a certain time. Aside from the very first map, DICE revealed that there are five more and they are Albion, Brusilov Keep, Galicia, Tsaritsyn and Volga River.

As we mentioned earlier about the Supply Drop mode, it is a mode of the expansion that is about teams recovers airdrops to secure more weaponry for them. Brusilov Offensive is one of the new Operations the pack includes. Then there are medals like dog tags and service stars that are added.

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Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition

In the Name of the Tsar is set to release on September, 2017 with loads of new stuff to give the fans a rewarding experience, followed by an Operation campaigns update to come in October. With a standard update awaiting a November release date, the third expansion pack will probably be out on December. Earlier on 2018, Apocalypse; the fourth expansion update will launch. There is a Battlefield 1's Revolution Edition, priced $60 for those who doesn't own the game yet, as it comes with the precious Premium Pass.


Played the game a lot when it came out but after a few months, it gets boring.

Well, that's what the updates are for. To keep you interested. For a month or less, "In the Name of the Tsar" is worth a try.