Battlefield 5’s summer update is here, and it’s a big one—in part because it’s the last major update planned for DICE’s WW2 shooter. It’s a 9.75GB drop of tweaks and new stuff, featuring two new maps, along with new weapons, gadgets, grenades and vehicles.

The two new maps are Al Marj Encampment and a redesigned version of Provence. The first is an infantry-only affair in Libya, which—according to the patch notes—features a mix of close-quarter and ranged fighting throughout. The new Provence has been expanded to include the outskirts and surrounding farmland of the French town. The increased size means its 64-player variant now supports tanks.

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