DICE is giving out free downloadable content for Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 4. We suggest you pick these up before you miss out on some free maps.
Battlefield 1 players get Apocalypse, which contains the maps Somme, Caporetto, and Passchendaele. This is a cool expansion that also includes the game mode Air Assault, which is mostly focused on aircraft gameplay.
Battlefield 4 players get two DLC expansions; Naval Strike and China Rising. Naval Strike contains the maps Lost Islands, Nansha Strike, Wave Breaker, Operation Mortar and also gives players the option to “re-live the classic Titan Mode of Battlefield 2142,” by introducing the game mode Carrier Assault. China Rising adds Silk Road, Altai Range, Guilin Peaks, and Dragon Pass maps.
Free content is always good and there’s a fair amount of players still playing BF1 and BF4 on their respective platforms. Hit the links to start the download, or go to your respective stores when you get the chance.
This isn’t the first time EA and DICE have given free content away to the Battlefield community. Last month, Battlefield 1: Turning Tides and Battlefield 4: Second Assault were free for a limited time. It's safe to say this is EA and DICE's way of keeping Battlefield interest high as their next title, Battlefield V, is set for release on October 19 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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