Battlefield™ 1 takes you back to The Great War, WW1, where new technology and worldwide conflict changed the face of warfare forever. Take part in every battle, control every massive vehicle, and execute every maneuver that turns an entire fight around. The whole world is at war – see what’s beyond the trenches.
Changing environments in locations all over the world. Discover every part of a global conflict from shore to shore – fight in besieged French cities, great open spaces in the Italian Alps, or vast Arabian deserts. Fully destructible environments and ever-changing weather create landscapes that change moment to moment; whether you’re tearing apart fortifications with gunfire or blasting craters in the earth, no battle is ever the same.
Huge multiplayer battles. Swarm the battlefield in massive multiplayer battles with up to 64 players. Charge in on foot as infantry, lead a cavalry assault, and battle in fights so intense and complex you'll need the help of all your teammates to make it through.
Game-changing vehicles. Turn the tide of battle in your favor with vehicles both large and larger, from tanks and biplanes to gigantic Behemoths, unique and massive vehicles that will be critical in times of crisis. Rain fire from the sky in a gargantuan Airship, tear through the world in the Armored Train, or bombard the land from the sea in the Dreadnought.
A new Operations multiplayer mode. In Operations mode, execute expert maneuvers in a series of inter-connected multiplayer battles spread across multiple maps. Attackers must break through the defense line and push the conflict onto the next map, and defenders must try to stop them.
Gamespot - "With Battlefield 1, EA and DICE have proven the viability of World War 1 as a time period worth revisiting in first-person shooters".
Time - "A stupefyingly gorgeous first-person shooter."
Polygon - "Battlefield 1 proves that sometimes you have to step backward to move something forward."
Yeah, we know Battlefield 1 isn't the first Battlefield game, what the 1 in the name actually means is that the game is set during WWI, one of the most grueling and unforgiving wars in history. When going back in time to around 100 years ago, the technology is sure to change too. Out goes the sleek aeroplanes and in comes horse riding, complete with saber in hand. In addition to the maps that have made the series famous, there's also a fully-fledged campaign mode.
Due to the variation in World War I, expect to traverse across a range of different maps like Arabia, the Western front and even the Alps! This is a fresh change away from the slew of "Modern" shooters and should offer players something new and fresh! Battlefield 1 is sure to be one to keep an eye out for.
BF1 is my all time favorite shooter of the modern era, it runs like a charm (4K 60FPS @ gtx 1080 + I7 7700K) and the gameplay is amazing. the campaign is just so well done, the only complain I have is that it's only between 7 and 10 hours. Multiplayer is great, especially operations which is like this huge battlefield which moves back as the attackers push harder. I only have two complains with the multiplayer: 1. Just make all the weapons available from the start, and 2. Sometimes fallen soldiers or ammo/med packs just float in the sky, but is't not gamebreaking. Overall I would say you should get this if you're a fan of large open maps with a sip of fast close quarters combat in between.
As you can see, all stages are free for you at the start of the game and you can start one of the six game stories, and the number of chapters of each stage is clear from the beginning, and this, in my opinion, is a negative point for each game. In Gears 4, there was such a problem and, in my opinion, not knowing the number of missions is crucial as much as not knowing the story to maintain the emotional load of the game, because the sense of suspension to reach the end of the game should always be within you, but if you know when you're about to finish, Excitement is much less than its potential. "BATTLEFIELD 1" is the best version of the series since the "Bad Company 2", although it still does not solve its root problems in layout, story design, storytelling, but due to the better formatting of the campaign along with tastes and creativity The developers offer a more sensible experience in the story section. But the biggest positive point of the game is undoubtedly the online part that has become as maturity and the BATTLEFIELD regularity formula in the series; it's no longer necessary to put all your time in Conquest because the game with the leading and revolutionary part of Operations and attractive game modes like War Pigeon could done a marvellous job and with getting better and better more than ever BATTLEFIELD can get you fascinated by its online multiplayer part!.
I've been playing Battlefield series since BF1942, so I've been through all of them, so what this game has to offer other's didn't? Looks gorgeous like none before, slower paced yet can also get chaotic, really nice recreation of WWI, you have weapons, vehicles, swords and even horses! The campaign is the best I've played on any of the Battlefield series, won't be spoiling much but you will get to see/experience so many different aspects of the war while doing the campaign, I have videos of the campaign of when I streamed it, links below: My rating for this game is 9.5/10 really another must have for everyone who likes genre.
This is Battlefield 4 with a WWI skin. You run around with smgs, machine guns, and semi-auto rifles spraying your opponents across a variety of maps in war torn Europe. I think the game is fun, but I would have preferred a more realistic experience similar to Verdun. I also didn't much care for the lack of customization options for your character. Despite that, I like Battlefield 1 for what it is: a Battlefield game. Unrealistic, but addictive and fun. I've put about 70 hours into it now, and I've enjoyed every minute. The campaign is short but enjoyable and the multiplayer is anything but dull. Unrealistic WWI themed Battlefield game. 7.9/10
Did you ever not like how Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 scaled back the level of destruction from the Bad Company games? Yes, some of you might argue Battlefield 4 had "Levolution," but those were scripted, one time events that largely had no bearing on most of the experience. Have no fear! Battlefield 1 rights the wrongs of its predecessors of having more destruction than we've seen in a Battlefield game since the Bad Company series. Practically everything is destructible and there really is no place to hide. Aside from the astounding level of destruction, the combat is far more intense and impactful than ever before. This is partially because the technology is not as efficient as modern weaponry, so battles are oftentimes closer and kills are a lot more brutal. It's also worth pointing out that the story is better executed, for what little there is. Instead of following the narrative of one particular soldier, like in Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4, Battlefield 1 opts to do mini-stories from various perspectives. The campaign is serviceable, but as with all Battlefield games, you buy it for the online multiplayer. That is where the game shines, and it's easily the best Battlefield game in the last six years. Well done, DICE.
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