Along with the new soldiers, there are maps, weapons, and new vehicles to be found with the In the Name of the Tsar expansion. In the Name of the Tsar moves the carnage of WWI from the Western Front to the frozen wastes of the east. However, to keep a continuous stream of new content each month, DICE pushed back the expansion. This isn't earth-shattering news, but the additions look impressive and the trailer seemed to please the crowd during EA Play.
The expansion follows the last big piece of DLC for Battlefield 1, They Shall Not Pass, the French-focused expansion that was released in March. The "most extensive" DLC yet is coming in September. Patrick Soderlund, EA's head of studios, said more details will becoming out at Gamescom. Nville Nights and Prise De Tahure represent the first brand of nighttime gameplay to be added into the series. However, the DLC will add 6 new maps, plus all the expected new gear and weapons for players to blow the hell out of each other with.
Lions left tackle Taylor Decker expected to be out 4-6 months
Earlier this week, we learned Taylor Decker underwent shoulder surgery after suffering an injury during practice. They should be able to get more pressure on starting quarterback Matthew Stafford .
If you're in attendance at the show, make sure you check out the two new maps ahead of their release when the In The Name of the Tsar expansion drops this September.
This expansion will feature six new maps.
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