Battlefield 1 Releases Rupture Map to All Players

Battlefield 1 Releases Rupture Map to All Players

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Gorg by Gorg on Apr 19, 2018 @ 11:08 AM (Staff Bios)
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Battlefield 1's Rupture map is now available to the entire player base today. The map is featured in the They Shall Not Pass and is set in the Second Battle of the Marne. More is coming this month for all Battlefield 1 players including Soissons in May where you will get the chance to relive the biggest tank battle of World War 1.
 
Also coming in June is a new mode that will bring a fun twist to all the WW1 fans. Shock Operations support 40 players, attackers and defenders will fight over sectors much like the Operations mode but with the action on one map instead of spread out. It will be a great choice for someone who doesn't have the time to dedicate to a full Operations match. The only maps available for Shock Operations are the 5 featured in the Battlefield 1 Premium Passor but while playing this mode all players will also have access to these maps.

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