Battlefield 1 Rupture Map Is Now Available For Free

Joanna Estrada
April 20, 2018

Battlefield 1 fans should grab it, Electronic Arts announces Rupture is now available, offering all players access to this map in the military shooter.

Rupture was originally part of the game's They Shall Not Pass expansion, which was released last March. That is why from now on you can play on the Brecha map, a scenario set in the second battle of Marne and that will start with the monthly release of this type of content.

EA also announced that Battlefield 1 will get a new mode in June: Shock Operations.

EA continues on making the Battlefield 1 expansion maps free for everyone and the next step was the Rupture map. As a huge FPS fan myself, I can't wait to dive in and see what they have in store. especially in light of all of the recent reports regarding the next Call of Duty cutting out their single-player mode entirely. Coming in May, you'll get to play on more maps with the hardened veterans of the French army making in a stand in a brutal defense of their homeland. The mode will support 40 players and will be available on the maps Giant's Shadow, Prise de Tahure, Lupkow Pass, Zeebrugge, and River Somme.

Finally, the studio revealed that the monthly updates of Battlefield 1 will end, with that frequency, in June, which does not mean the end of the support, but that the arrival of content will not operate under the same structure. "However, base game owners will be able to access them too when playing Shock Operations". 'As you may have seen on the Updates Page, these updates can cover anything: matchmaking, weapon balancing, even Dreadnought horns that sometimes won't stop blaring'.

Enjoy the road ahead and keep jumping in to Battlefield 1 regularly - you don't want to miss what's coming.

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