13 Things to Know About Battlefield 1 In The Name of The Tsar

Our guide to the Battlefield 1 In The Name of the Tsar DLC for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC covers the DLC’s official release date, its content, and a whole lot more.

DICE plans to release three more Battlefield 1 DLC expansion packs including Turning Tides, Apocalypse, and a Russian DLC called In the Name of the Tsar. The developer says the In the Name of the Tsar DLC is the most extensive Battlefield expansion ever.

After a long wait, In the Name of the Tsar is finally out for a select group. If you own the game’s Premium Pass, In the Name of the Tsar is out right now, in full, for your platform. It’s not out for everyone though.

This In the Name of the Tsar walkthrough includes a dive into the DLC’s weapons, maps and environments, Specializations, new vehicles, army, and a quick peek at the changes to the Scout class.

And now that the DLC is out for everyone, we’ll also take a look at the download size, the In the Name of the Tsar update, and some of the problems plaguing those who are playing the new DLC.

We’ll continue to update this roundup with the latest information so keep an eye out for updates as we push away from the official release on Xbox One, PS4, and Windows PC.

In the Name of the Tsar Size

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In the Name of the Tsar Size

In the Name of the Tsar is now available, in full, to those of you who own the Premium Pass.

If you own the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass you'll simply need to download the latest Battlefield 1 update to unlock the rest of the DLC's content. The update is mandatory for all Battlefield 1 players.

If you're planning to play Battlefield 1 today or in the near future, here's what you can expect from the In the Name of the Tsar update's size. It's a huge download for all three platforms. 

PS4: 10.1GB

Xbox One: 10.1GB

PC: 8.4GB

If you've skipped Battlefield 1 updates from previous months, you'll require even more space on your console's hard drive. 

If you're running out of space on your system, you'll need to cleanup your hard drive. And if your connection can be slow, you might want to plug in an ethernet cord.

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6 Comments

  1. Protobust

    04/28/2017 at 6:38 pm

    I’m assuming a couple of the weapons will be something along the lines of the Fedorov Avtomat 1915 “AR”, for Medics, and the Mosin 1895 Revolver Sidearm. We’ve already received the Chauchat LMG, and the 1895 Lever Action. My last major thought will be a Mosin Nagant, somewhere from during or before the war.

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    • Pale

      05/09/2017 at 6:30 am

      Who cares about the weapons. Look under support guns. Only two do different damages. Why even have them.

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  2. Danny

    05/05/2017 at 2:57 am

    These guys should be ashamed.
    Why does it take so long???
    And the other two DLC’s are coming when??? more then a year after the release of the game…?

    absolutely the last time i buy any game that does this stuff, i’m out…
    there just isnt enough material in thisgame to wait this long

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  3. Pale

    05/09/2017 at 6:29 am

    So much for a DLC each quarter. Thanks Dice once again.

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  4. Greg

    05/13/2017 at 6:46 pm

    The DLC’s are so late and spread out because Battlefield aren’t releasing a game this year.

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  5. Kyle

    09/12/2017 at 9:26 pm

    Check out more early access impressions from Battlefield 1’s newest upcoming DLC

    http://morrisaywhat.com/index.php/2017/09/13/inthenameofthetsar/

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