EA has confirmed that Battlefield players 1 will be available to the army of the Russian Empire, but only as paid DLC (downloadable content). Information on the introduction of new troop types are available in the website of the game.
New factions will appear in separate additions. Only the developers plan to release four add-on, the first of which will be released in March 2017. It will contain new maps, weapons and equipment, as well as the troops of the French Republic. The Russian Empire will be part of one of the following DLC will appear later. At this point in the game the army of Britain, Germany, Austro-Hungary, Italy, Ottoman Empire and USA.
Version Battlefield 1 with a Premium Pass which gives access to all future additions, worth six thousand for a PC and more than eight thousand on the consoles. A separate set of DLC will cost three thousand on all platforms. Players with a Premium Pass will have access to the expansion packs two weeks ahead of release, but each of them can be purchased individually.
Battlefield is a popular series of military first-person shooter being developed by Swedish Studio Dice, and publishes the American company Electronic Arts. In the new part of the action takes place during the First world war. The game was released on 21 October 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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