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All-in-all, I enjoyed the variety of maps that this expansion offered. Again, the tight confines of the map make the gameplay work so well. The thickness of the multi-tier layout also helps when it comes to really getting into the moment and the map. These are fantastic additions to the BF1 family.
One of the best expansion packs in a long while, They Shall Not Pass delivers excellent gameplay, and captures the spirit of World War I better than anything thus far.
Four new maps, a new game mode and the addition of the French Army deepen the experience in the best war first person shooter of 2016. Finally we can witness Verdun battle.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
After Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass, many Battlefield 1 players have the potential to return to the game but it doesn't mean that, there's a obligation to buy Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
They Shall Not Pass is a rather good DLC, with a lot of content and a bunch of new, well-designed maps (especially the Verdun battle). It doesn't offer anything truly original or unique, and it's not exactly cheap, but if you're a fan of Battlefield 1, we find no reason why you shouldn't be roaming in the new Behemoth, or shooting enemies in the Fort Aux bunker.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass DLC is another impressive expansion from DICE. Ultimately worth the wait, the inclusion of the French army, weaponry and historical maps fit perfectly into the game. This DLC has something for everyone, whether you just wanted new maps to play your favorite modes, something new to sink your teeth into in Frontlines, or more World War I lore in the Operations mode.
The French Army's in first expansion for Battlefield 1, with four new maps, a new operation and new weapons, is undoubtedly worth acquiring. I would have preferred a new individual campaign to deepen the events of France's defense of its territory, but Battlefield has always focused on the multiplayer.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
DICE does not go down below a certain level so is this case. "They shall not pass" is a successful add-on that introduces some fresh air to Battlefield 1 multiplayer modes. It would have been better if 2 or 3 missions were added to single player campaign, but we can't have everything what we wish for.
Review in Polish | Read full review
They Shall not Pass is a good first DLC dor Battlefield 1. It's a good thing France finally enters in the conflict, but it's sadly without any proper single campaign. As a multiplayer only DLC, it's still a very good one : the new maps are beautiful and the new vehicules bring intense fight, especially the behemoth 2C tank, a true monster ! If you love BF1, you can rush all steam ahead.
Review in French | Read full review
Playing They Shall Not Pass made me immediately want to get back into Battlefield 1. It's an excellent collection of maps that continues to show off DICE's incredible ability to finely craft well-thought-through maps that allow for amazing moments.
Three of the new maps are fantastic and stand strong when compared to the base maps, but there's a strong sense of déjà vu about them. The final map, while good on paper, is ultimately brought down by poor design decisions, and the new weapons, while fun, are locked beyond arbitrary walls. There's a decent amount of content here, but it doesn't justify the asking price, or how long it's taken to actually get a substantial amount of new content in Battlefield 1.