Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar Patch Notes Revealed – New Weapons, Maps, and More!
It’s time for Battlefield 1 players to get their In the Name of the Tsar on with the newest update to hit the first person shooter. Well, not everyone. The latest expansion was just released, but it is currently only available to Premium Pass holders and those who own Battlefield 1 Revolution. Due to the perks that came alongside their purchases, they get a 14 day head start before anyone else. No need to fret, however, as EA and DICE have just released the full In the Name of the Tsar patch notes for everyone to enjoy.
Detailed in the Name of the Tsar patch notes is a host of fresh content coming to the game. New weapons, maps, vehicles, factions, operations and more are all headed to Battlefield 1. Of course, as it is with any update, fixes will be joining the mix to improve one’s experience. Without further ado, let’s jump right into the new content coming!
- Supply Drop Game Mode
- Periodically dropped supplies
- Each team must defend to recover and the one with the most airdrops obtained at the end of the match wins
- Brusilov Offensive
- The Russian army deploys new tactics on the Eastern Front in 1916
- Red Tide
- The Russian Red Army and White Guard clash in civil war during 1919
- Brusilov Offensive
- The Russian Empire’s White Guard
- Red Army
- Putilov Garford
- 305/52 O Coastal Gun
- Hussar Cavalry Unit
- Model 1900
- SMG 08/18
- FA Automatic Rifle
- General Liu Rifle
- Parabellum MG 14/17
- Perino Model 1908
- Mosin Nagant M91
- Vetterli Vitali M1870/87
- C93 Carbine
- Sidearm (all kits)
- Nagant Revolver
- Obrez Pistol
- Melee (all kits)
- Cossack Dagger
- Dud Club
Also included with the upcoming update are new customization options that will allow players to tweak their soldiers and enhance effectiveness through the Specializations system. More of these can be unlocked by performing and finishing Service Assignments, which “are a new set of challenges that will test your mettle as a soldier.” HDR10 support has been added along with some general UI, vehicle, weapon, map, and mode fixes. You can view the full In the Name of the Tsar patch notes right here.
As stated above, players that don’t have a Premium Pass or own Battlefield 1 Revolution will have to wait until September 19 for all of the new content coming to the game. If you’ll be waiting until later this month for more Tsar goodness, you’ll still need to download the update to continue playing online. This will allow players to view In the Name of the Tsar match via Spectator Mode, which should help influence one’s decision as to whether or not they’ll be purchasing the expansion when it arrives. Stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other glorious FPS news, check out the following:
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What say you, gamers? Will you be picking up In the Name of the Tsar when it releases, or do you intend on holding out until you see more? Sound off in the comments section below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7!
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.