DICE have shown off Battlefield 1 Revolution at Gamescom 2017, letting players experience epic multiplayer battles, immersive single player War Stories, more maps, deeper progression, and new modes, all in one package.

Battlefield 1 Revolution will contain the Battlefield 1 base game and the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass, which will include four themed expansion packs, each with new maps and modes and more; the complete Battlefield 1 experience. You’ll also have immediate access to Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass, which features six maps, including the game’s first night maps, Nivelle Nights and Prise de Tahure.

Futhermore, with Battlefield 1 Revolution, you’ll be able to expand the battle further with Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar, which launches in September, take part in amphibious warfare in Battlefield 1 Turning Tides, set to launch in December, and the most infamous battles of the Great War in Battlefield 1 Apocalypse, which will be available in early 2018. You’ll also get the Red Baron Pack, Lawrence of Arabia Pack, and Hellfighter Pack, which has themed weapons, vehicles, and emblems based on the famous heroes and units.

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If you already have Battlefield 1 Revolution or the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass, you now also have access to Lupkow Pass, the first map to be released from In the Name of the Tsar. You can duke it out in the snow-covered ravines and treacherous vertical drops of World War I, and when the full expansion releases in September, players will enter the war’s biggest front with the Russian Army and the Women’s Battalion of Death, as well as five new maps and two new Operations.

The expansion will also include 11 new weapons, the new Ilya-Muromets Heavy Bomber vehicle, the Putilov-Garford Heavy Armored Car, the new Supply Drop game mode, new medals, dog tags, service stars, and more, making it the most extensive update in Battlefield franchise history.

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There’s also the Battlefield 1 Incursions Closed Alpha, where competitors will have to put their skills to the test in intense five vs. five matches, including the signature Battlefield vehicle gameplay. You can now register for the closed alpha, which will begin in September, and will be able to choose from eight different kits (Trench Surgeon, Control Leader, AT Assault, Battle Mechanic, Mortar Support, Raid Leader, Shock Assault, Proximity Recon) on the modified Battlefield 1 Giant’s Shadow map, and rank up to gain access to improved weapons and abilities based on a combination of time and performance.

All in all, sounds like great value for money, so grab it while you can!