There are also six new weapons and melee weapons that will be added to your arsenal, and you'll also get the chance to rule the waves with an L-Class Destroyer. You can get a full breakdown of what comes with Turning Tides by heading to Battlefield's official site.
Battlefield 1: Turning Tides will be available for Premium Pass owners from 11th December, before the DLC's second wave emerges in January 2018, taking players to the North Sea with the new Zeebrugge and Heligoland Blight maps, as well as introducing the new Royal Marines unit and C-Class Airship.
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As has been the case with Battlefield 1's previous expansions, Premium Pass owners will get a two week head start on access to Turning Tides, and after that, the DLC will be purchasable as a stand alone pack for players that prefer to go that route. It will include new maps, a new Operation and a new Elite Class and more. Hit the link below for all the details. Save up to 50% on Battlefield 1 Revolution and up to 70% on a Battlefield 1 Premium Pass**. Free trials for the previous two expansions are set to take place from November 22 to December 4 and December 8 to December 10, for those of you who are looking to try before you buy. A true fan-favorite, Frontlines can be described as a mix of Conquest and Rush and has you fighting for chained control points in an intense tug-of-war.
Between 22nd November and 4th December, you'll be able to hop onto Battlefield 1 and play the They Shall Not Pass expansion, sampling everything from the new maps to the weapons and vehicles. This affected far more games than you may have realized, including Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142, and Battlefield Heroes.