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Battlefield 1 Game Review

Updated on April 27, 2017

Battlefield 1 is a first-person shooter war game set in the 1914-1918 in the middle of World War 1, unlike the other battlefield games that mainly focus on a multiplayer aspect, battlefield 1 has a single mode campaign that lets you follow short stories of people in the war and how it affects them.

There are six different war stories to follow, they are completely different stories that happen in different areas of the war, and from different sides of the war. Each war story averages around four chapters and has cut scenes that give a good story depth. Having all these stories to play through makes the game interesting and refreshing, the stories aren’t long and you will probably finish each of them in a few hours.

Multiplayer mode is like all the other battlefield games, it’s really fun and addictive, in battlefield 1 you can have up to 64 players on one map and they recommend you to join a squad because not joining a squad could make the game significantly more difficult. There are various multiplayer modes such as Conquest, Domination, Operations, Rush, Team Deathmatch, and War Pigeons, in which players must secure war pigeons and use them to call for a counter strike to win the round. In battlefield 1 you also have older looking weapons such as bolt-action rifles, automatic and semi-automatic rifles, artillery, flamethrowers, and mustard gas to fight your enemies with. There are also various vehicles, including light and heavy tanks, armored trucks, biplane aircraft, battleships, and zeppelin, as well as ride horses into battle to defeat your foes. Battlefield 1 also lets you destroy nearly everything, you can ride your tank through walls and destroy them or a building.

Battlefield 1 is really well made and the battlefield franchise has had a few ups and downs to learn from their mistakes, to give their player something really beautiful. There are multiple maps that are in beautiful areas such as Arabia and the Alps, the lighting on the game sets the mood and the tone of each level or area. There are a lot of effects going on to make beautiful levels that any gamer would be happy to play on.

Battlefield 1 released on October 21st on the platforms of PlayStation 4, Xbox one and Microsoft windows, It is the fifteenth installment in the Battlefield series. This time around they made a game that their fans are going to be proud of.

PC System Requirements

Core i5 6600K
Intel Core i7 4790 or equivalent
Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

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