Battlefield 1: Turning Tides DLC December Release Date Pinned Down

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The date was accidentally posted to the official website over the weekend, but today's news confirms it at any rate. Turning Tides introduces introduces the new Infiltrator Elite Class.

EA has announced the first wave of Turning Tides content will release for Battlefield 1 on December 11 for those who own the Premium Pass.

Black Friday Deals on Battlefield 1 will be available (for select regions and platforms) to give new players an opportunity to discover everything that Battlefield 1 Revolution and Battlefield 1 Premium Pass has to offer.

The next Battlefield 1 DLC pack, Turning Tides, is going to be released in waves, coming next month and during January. This content drop will let you fight across a duo of epic maps: Cape Helles and Achi Baba.

The December update will also feature a new vehicle in the form of the L-Class Destroyer.

The two new maps will be used in a new Operation that will emulate the 1915 British assault of Gallipoli. There's more coming after your December battles - you'll be tackling the North Sea in January.

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DICE is also offering up some other goodies to Battlefield 1 owners, including expansion pass free trials.

There's a host of other Battlefield 1 news coming along with the third expansion's release date.

On November 27, Frontlines Mode is being added to the Suez map, giving players a chance to battle it out in a mix of Conquest and Rush modes where you fight for chained control points across the map.

Fall of Empires Operation Campaign: Will be available for all Battlefield 1 owners November 22 - December 6.

Six new weapons will enter the war as well: the M1917 Trench Carbine, Maschinenpistole M1912/P.16, Farquhar-Hill, M1917 MG, Carcano M91 Carbine, and Type 38 Arisaka.

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