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Battlefield 1: Apocalypse

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 20, 2018
Xbox OneFeb 20, 2018
PCFeb 20, 2018

Developer: EA DICE

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Genres: First-Person Shooter, Vehicle Combat

Claw your way out of a deadlocked struggle, where Allies and Central Powers unceasingly clash with no end in sight. In Battlefield 1 Apocalypse, available starting today for Premium Pass members, players can conquer the most brutal and infamous battles of the Great War. In three new ground maps, players can claw across the devastated countryside of Belgium in Passchendaele, fight in the mountain trenches near the Isonzo River as the Austro-Hungarians face off with the Italian army in Caporetto or spawn into the barrage filled wheat fields in River Somme.

In the all new Air Assault mode, players can outmaneuver flying foes in cataclysmic dogfights as British and German ace pilots in new air-only maps set among the snowy peaks of Razor’s Edge or high above the British capital in London Calling. New melee weapons and gadgets including the brutal meat cleaver and AA rocket gun, 2 new bombers and 6 new unique guns will also be available to expand players’ arsenals. Additionally, the latest expansion brings new assignments, unlocks, a new specialization type afflictions and more.

Reviews

IGN

7 / 10.0
IGN

Apocalypse does a great job as Battlefield 1's final DLC, sticking to the formula that made the Battlefield series so popular in the first place. But while it tries to push the boundaries with its Air Assault mode, the awkward flight controls and lack of content keep it from living up to its potential.

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GameGrin

8 / 10.0
GameGrin

A fitting final DLC pack for Battlefield 1, with three great new maps and more unlockables to keep you busy. Air Assault may not be my cup of tea, but for those who are more adept than me in the air, it will provide a nice quick alternative to battling on land.

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