9 Things to Know About Battlefield 1 Apocalypse DLC

This guide takes an early look at the Battlefield 1 Apocalypse DLC which will be the game’s fourth, and final, expansion for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

In March, DICE released its first piece of Battlefield 1 DLC. The They Shall Not Pass DLC delivered new maps, the French army, a new game mode, new weapons and vehicles, and new Operations. In August, the company released its second DLC, In the Name of the Tsar.

DICE plans to release two more Battlefield 1 expansions including Turning Tides and a rather mysterious expansion called Apocalypse.

We’ve already taken a close look at the Russian army and In the Name of the Tsar and the amphibious warfare coming in Turning Tides. Today we want to focus on what we know, and think we know, about Battlefield 1’s Apocalypse DLC.

Most of the key Apocalypse details remain in the shadows but DICE has confirmed a few early Apocalypse DLC details including its official release window.

This walkthrough also will take you through a few things we expect from EA DICE and the Apocalypse DLC’s release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC. This includes a few things to expect from the DLC’s setting.

We’ll continue to update this guide with new information so check back in for new details as we push closer to the start of the new year.

Apocalypse DLC Release Date

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Apocalypse DLC Release Date

It'll be awhile before we hear about Battlefield 1's last DLC expansion. 

The Apocalypse DLC release date is confirmed for early 2018. The developer hasn't pegged a specific day or month and we probably won't get anything firm for awhile. 

DICE typically puts a few months between its DLC packs so don't expect Apocalypse to arrive in January right after the holidays and the Turning Tides DLC release.

One thing we do know for sure is that when Apocalypse arrives, Premium Pass holders will get access to the content two weeks before everyone else. That's one of the perks of the game's Premium Pass.

We expect the first Apocalypse details to arrive late in 2017/early 2018 as the company looks to keep the ball rolling after the release of Turning Tides.

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