Battlefield 1 Apocalypse DLC patch notes on PS4, Xbox One, PC

Today is the day in which Battlefield 1 Premium members finally get their hands on the Apocalypse DLC expansion, the last map pack to release for the game.

It has been a long journey but in a matter of hours, PC, PS4 and Xbox One gamers will soon own the latest piece of content that should add even more hours of fun to get stuck into.

We have a heads-up on the maintenance schedule now on all platforms, and also where you will find the official Battlefield 1 Apocalypse patch notes as each DLC always comes with a base game update.

Above are the times for each platform for when maintenance will start – sadly Xbox One gamers will have to wait last to get their hands on the new maps.

Apocalypse contains five new maps, new melee weapons, 6 new guns, new gadgets and also two new aircraft with the Hansa Brandenburg GI and the Airco DH10 unlocked for Premium members.

Once the maintenance is over on your platform, you will find the patch notes at this link – DICE often take a few hours to upload them so just keep checking that page and they will appear there very soon.

Are you downloading the DLC right now? Let us know your progress below and if you have any problems installing the expansion.

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Written by Alan Ng

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