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EA Dice showcases concept artwork for first Battlefield 1 expansion They Shall Not Pass

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Monday, December 19th 2016 - 17:07 GMT
EA Dice showcases concept artwork for first Battlefield 1 expansion They Shall Not Pass
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Monday, December 19th 2016 - 17:07 GMT

EA Dice has released several new concept artwork images that are used in the development of the first Battlefield 1 expansion They Shall Not Pass.


The new artwork shows 4 different maps that may be included in the expansion when it launches in March next year. The expansion will also feature new weapons and a new playable French army faction.
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The first artwork image appears to show the Battle of Verdun. The map may be getting the title Devil’s Anvil. The second artwork image shows a map set in the town of Samogneux, France.

The third artwork image features a battle inside the historic Fort Vaux and the fourth artwork image once again shows the Battle of Verdun.

The final fith artwork image shows the village of Fismes during the Battle of Soissons in the late 1918.

EA Dice has not officially commented on how many maps the new expansion will contain, but it is expected to at least feature the four maps depicted in the new artwork.

They Shall Not Pass is the first expansion for Battlefield 1 set to launch in March 2017. The expansion is one of four expansion packs planned for the game.
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Raymond Bakker
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