Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar Reviews
The second Battlefield 1 expansion, In the Name of the Tsar, is definitely a worthy pick-up for Battlefield 1 players.
Very good DLC with exceptionally great maps, but positive reception is killed by big technical problems. Winter locations bring a breath of freshness, and the Russians and Bolsheviks fit into the theme of the game perfectly.
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There is a revolution happening in Battlefield 1 and it's not just with the arrival the latest expansion pack. With reworked mechanics, more progression and rewards; It's clear that DICE is implementing fundamental changes for the series. Unfortunately, even though the tides are turning, as of right now they are held back by the obligations of the available season pass.
Battlefield 1‘s In the Name of the Tsar DLC has set the expectation for all future expansions, providing ample content to enjoy for the coming weeks. The expansion hits its target center mass far more often than it misses the mark, delivering a shining example of the quality that DICE can produce. You would be hard-pressed to find an add-on of this caliber elsewhere. To put it plainly, In the Name of the Tsar’s focus on the Russian Empire yields one of the most satisfying multiplayer experiences in recent memory.
The new expansion Battlefield 1: In The Name of The Tsar, has brought in new additions. It has introduced two new operations and a new multiplayer mode plus six new maps and new weapons for all categories. However, the new mode isn't good one and I think it will not be very popular, But the new maps are so good that a map like Albion outperforms the main maps of the game. The expansion also introduced the Russian army for the first time, a welcome addition, but overall, the expansion provided more content for one of the best multiplayer games in 2016.
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