EA and DICE have finally put a release date on the most extensive Battlefield DLC yet, In the Name of the Tsar.
It has been over five months since Battlefield 1 launched it’s last major piece of DLC, They Shall Not Pass. The community is hungry for new content, and they’ll finally get some next week. On September 5, Battlefield 1 Premium Pass owners will be able to download and play In the Name of the Tsar.
In the Name of the Tsar is the most extensive Battlefield DLC yet. Players are getting six new maps, eleven new weapons, new vehicles, the new Supply Drop mode, the Hussars, and the Russian Army. There’s going to be a lot to enjoy here, and Premium Pass owners can get an early taste right now. Lupkow Pass, one of the six maps, is playable right now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
An update that will release alongside In the Name of the Tsar comes with a surprising addition, HDR10 support. That’s right, High Dynamic Range support is finally coming to Battlefield 1, and you won’t need to be a Premium Pass owner to use it.
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar is out September 5 for owners of the $49.99 Premium Pass or $59.99 Revolution edition of the game. A $14.99 standalone release will be made available for everyone on September 19.