Battlefield 1 officially enables Battlepacks for purchase, includes random weapon skins starting at USD 1.99
Because nothing’s sweeter than scoring a headshot on an enemy from a mile away with a fancy looking rifle.
First outlined back in October, Battlefield 1, EA DICE’s latest addition to the Battlefield franchise, officially enables its own Battlepack system which grants random cosmetics, particularly weapon skins in the game.
First implemented in Battlefield 4 and Battlefield: Hardline, the Battlepack provides added customization options, especially for multiplayer play, albeit Battlefield 1’s Battlepack schematics are said to be overhauled and now different from the previous implementations.
Instead of having tiered packages such as Bronze, Silver and Gold, Battlefield 1’s Battlepacks will reward cosmetics of random rarity although specialized ones are still available, namely the Enhanced and Superior Battlepacks which grant items of specific rarities. Other than weapon skins, Battlepacks may also grant EXP Boosts and puzzle pieces which can be used to form melee weapons, unwanted Battlepack rewards can also be used to create the in-game currency called “Scraps” which can then be used to purchase the Enhanced and Superior Battlepacks.
Battlefield 1’s Battlepacks come at the starting price of USD 1.99 with different bundle packages available of up to 20 Battlepacks for USD 29.99.
Battlefield 1 Battlepack Package Prices
- 1 Battlepack – USD 1.99
- 3 Battlepacks – USD 5.49
- 5 Battlepacks – USD 8.99
- 10 Battlepacks – USD 16.99
- 20 Battlepacks – USD 29.99