The price of “Battlefield 1” bundle just keeps on becoming more affordable. In early March, Amazon offered the 500GB Xbox One S “Battlefield 1” bundle for only $255, down from its regular price of $300. A Newegg deal even lowers the price of one of the best shooter games of 2016 to $240 for the 1TB version which is priced at $350 or a $110 discount.
Freebies Of The Deal
Besides the extremely low price of the 1TB Xbox One S “Battlefield 1” bundle, sold by Newegg through eBay, the deal even offers freebies. These are a green matching controller and a one-month subscription to EA Access as well, according to a press release from The Wolf Hall. The offer is for the Early Enlister Edition of “Battlefield 1” which includes the “Hellfighter” pack, “Red Baron” pack and “Lawrence of Arabia” pack, according to GameZone.
There is another bonus to the 1TB Xbox One S “Battlefield 1” bundle offer of Newegg. eBay would ship the popular game for free, GameSpot reports. Meanwhile, the gaming website adds that the first paid extension of “Battlefield 1,” “They Shall Not Pass,” was released this week for Battlefield Premium members. Non-members would be able to purchase the DLC – which adds the French army and four maps in France, a new mode, more weapons and a Behemoth tank to the game – only by March 28.
Gamers Review New DLC
Expert gamers, such as Trusted Reviews reviewers, would surely be happy with the 1TB Xbox One S “Battlefield 1” bundle offer of Newegg since the game offers a “mature handling of The Great War through amazingly engaging War Stories.” One reviewer writes that after being distracted by other stellar new titles returned to “Battlefield 1” with the release of “They Shall Not Pass” DLC.
He lists four Pros for the game versus only two Cons. The Pros are the Verdun Heights map is the best yet, the DLC really captures the horrors of fighting from trenches, DICE continues to give World War I mature treatment and there is greater depth, but it did not upset the game balance with the addition of new weapons. The only Cons are there are no War Stories and the front lines are too dependent on momentum.
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