13 Things to Know About Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass

The first Battlefield 1 DLC release date has come and gone and today we want to take a look at everything we know about the Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass DLC release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.

DICE has already released a ton of new content for Battlefield 1 and a whole lot more is on the way.

The company recently released its Winter Battlefield 1 update for Xbox One, PS4 and PC and in March the developer released a brand new update along with the first Battlefield 1 DLC expansion pack.

The Battlefield 1 DLC 1 is called They Shall Not Pass and it introduces a new army, new maps, new weapons, and a whole lot more.

Thanks to the release we’re now armed with tons of They Shall Not Pass details including key information about the new weapons, new vehicles, a brand game mode, and new maps.

We also have some new deals about They Shall Not Pass’ size (it’s absolutely gigantic for all three platforms) and some of the problems and balance issues plaguing the DLC on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.

We’ll continue to update this roundup with new information so check back for regular updates as we push away from the They Shall Not Pass DLC release date.

They Shall Not Pass Update Size

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They Shall Not Pass Update Size

Typically, DICE releases a base game update alongside its DLC expansion packs. With They Shall Not Pass (and we assume with the next three DLC's), it's doing things a bit differently. 

They Shall Not Pass is bundled into the March Battlefield 1 update. One of the reasons it did this is to "allow non-Premium members access to the content via Spectator mode."

This decision gives non-Premium members a chance to check out the maps and content before buying the DLC. 

Of course, this also means that everyone is required to download a massive game file in order to continue playing Battlefield 1 and to access They Shall Not Pass content. Here is what you can expect from the March update/They Shall Not Pass for your platform:

PS4: 7.3GB

Xbox One: 8.35GB

PC: 5.88GB

If you're running out of space on your console now would be a good time to do some cleanup. And if you use a wireless connection, you might want to plug your ethernet cord in to see if that helps speed up your download. 

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