There are some reasons to buy the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass right now but there are also a few good reasons to take a rain check and wait.
In December, EA DICE released its second Battlefield 1 update for Xbox One, PS4 and PC bringing bug fixes, tweaks and a free map called Giant’s Shadow. In February, the developer released its massive Winter Battlefield 1 update for all three platforms. This is only the beginning.
DICE is planning to release new updates and Battlefield 1 DLC content for all three platforms throughout the year. The company recently released the first Battlefield 1 DLC, They Shall Not Pass, and a brand new update with more bug fixes and features.
The first Battlefield 1 DLC is confirmed and a $50 Battlefield 1 Season Pass is available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. DICE calls it the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass.
While some of you might be ready to commit more money to Battlefield 1 right now, some of you might be better off waiting a few more days or a few more weeks before picking up the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass for Xbox One, PS4 or PC.
This guide will take you through some reasons why you might want to pick up the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass today and why you might want to hold off for the time being.
Buy It If You Want the Battlefield 1 DLC ASAP
If you know you'll want access to Battlefield 1 DLC as soon as its released for Xbox One/PS4/PC, you'll want to think about picking up the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass now.
The Battlefield 1 Premium Pass comes with several perks but the best perk is the early access you get to the game's downloadable content.
If you're a Premium Pass holder, you'll get the game's four expansion packs two weeks before non-Premium Pass holders.
So if you want to get a bit of a head start on learning the new weapons, new classes, new modes, and new maps, the Premium Pass is the route you'll probably want to take.
The first Battlefield 1 DLC add-on, They Shall Not Pass, arrived one March 14th for Premium Pass holders and it arrives on March 28th for those that plan to buy it as a standalone piece of content.