The Turning Tides DLC is Battlefield 1's third of four planned DLCs and features the two maps that are available to play for free this week, Achi Baba and Cape Helles.
Prise de Tahure is another one of the game's night maps, and was added in July.
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As an added bonus for those without Premium Pass subscriptions, DICE is making the Prise de Tahure map from They Shall Not Pass a permanent free addition starting on January 16.
The map, which takes place under the cover of darkness, is now available to snap up free of charge for PS4, PC, and Xbox One. This trial will also give base game owners a chance to conquer the fronts of Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar and Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass. It kicks off January 16 and will remain available until January 22. As for the much-awaited "Battlefield 1 Apocalypse" expansion, EA DICE said that "it is imminent", and that the company will reveal more detail soon.
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In this January 10 photo, President Donald Trump listens during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House, in Washington. Trump has been accused of describing African nations as "shithole countries" during a meeting with US senators last week .
We will be rolling out server maintenance for Battlefield 1 across all platforms on Tuesday, January 16th, as we release Prise de Tahure for all Battlefield 1 base game owners. The new maps and story missions featured French and Russian battles, amphibious warfare and some of the most famous battles from WWI.
With these latest offerings made available to everyone for a limited period, players should jump on the opportunity to enjoy the content before they return to becoming exclusive next week.
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