Gaming 8 months ago Share Tweet Pin Share By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 1 May 2018 20:31 GMT Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Battlefield 1 expansion They Shall Not Pass is free for the next two weeks on PC and Xbox One. PC and Xbox One users can play They Shall Not Pass, the first Battlefield 1 expansion, for no charge. Those who play on PC need only to log into their Origin account, add it to the cart, and it’s theirs to keep. It’s the same with Xbox One users: just log into the corresponding Xbox account, add it, and it’s tied to the account forever. This is for all Battlefield 1 owners, not just EA Access and EA Origin members. As of press time, the offer doesn’t seem to be available for PS4 users just yet. We’ll keep checking for you. They Shall Not Pass contains four maps,additional weapons, and the French Army, along with an additional game mode. Rupture was made available free to all Battlefield 1 players two weeks ago, and DICE promised more maps from They Shall Not Pass would be released in May. Today is the first of May, so, grab the DLC while it’s free. DICE is winding down support for the game, but in June, Shock Operations will be introduced. The new mode supports 40 players and sees attackers and defenders battling over sectors on a single map. Shock Operations will be available on five maps: Giant’s Shadow, Lupkow Pass, Prise de Tahure, River Somme, and Zeebrugge. The maps will be accessible to those without the corresponding DLC or Premium Pass when playing Shock Operations. Monthly updates for Battlefield 1 will continue until June.