Turning Tides will add four new maps, and there will be a new emphasis on exploring the war on the seas and coasts, with a blend of land, air and sea warfare that hasn't really been seen yet in this game. Also, did we mention that these battles take place across Gallipoli and the North Sea? As for new melee weapons, you'll be able to get up close and personal with the Naval Cutlass and Grapping Hook.
Alongside the new L-Class destroyer and C-Class Airship, Turning Tides will also add new Service Assignments, new Specializations, new dog tags, service stars, codex entries, medals and ribbons to unlock, and the new Conquest Assault mode.
Cape Helles (map): Storm the beaches of the Gallipoli peninsula with the British forces or defend the Ottoman Empire's fortifications.
After a hefty December, the remaining two maps, Heligoland Bight and Zeebrugge, will be made available in January, and also marks the first appearance of the British Empire's Royal Marines in the game, which arrives as a new faction.
The new Operation will make use of the above maps, combining into one amphibious assault of Gallipoli. For the other map, you'll still be on the Gallipoli peninsula, but taking part in a "treacherous push" for a hilltop in 1915.
New Map: Zeebrugge - Take part of the daring British raid on the Belgian port of Bruges-Zeebrugge with rough waves and a vast German mole as backdrop.
Battlefield 1 released back in October 2016 and its fourth and final DLC, Apocalypse, is due early next year.
New Map: Heligoland Bight - The Great War at sea.
New Game Mode: Conquest - Relentlessly press the offensive - or hold your ground. This offers a twist on the classic Conquest mode, but instead has attackers and defenders fighting over key areas controlled entirely by the defending team when the match begins.
As the name suggests, this Battlefield 1 DLC will revolve around beachfront assaults and naval clashes.