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- Epic 64-Player Multiplayer Battles - Squad up with your friends and join in the most epic multiplayer battles in FPS history with up to 64 players. Fight as infantry, lead horse charges or take control of amazing vehicles on land, air and sea, from tanks and biplanes to the gigantic Behemoths.
- Experience the Dawn of All-out War - Be a part of the greatest battles ever known to man. From the heavily defended Alps to the scorching deserts of Arabia, war is raging on an epic scale on land, air and sea as you witness the birth of modern warfare.
- No Battle is Ever the Same - Dynamic weather and intuitive destruction create an ever-changing landscape. Make your mark on the world with earth-shattering destruction, whether you're blasting craters in the ground with artillery strikes or ripping apart walls with gunfire.
- Push the Frontline in Operations - Take part in a series of inter-connected multiplayer battles spread across multiple maps in the new Operations. Attackers must break through the lines of defenders, and push the conflict onto the next map.
- Massive Behemoths - Pilot some of the largest vehicles in Battlefield history. 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.
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Experience the dawn of all-out war in Battlefield 1. Fight your way through epic battles ranging from tight urban combat in a besieged French city to the heavily defended mountain forts in the Italian Alps or frantic combats in the deserts of Arabia. Discover a new world at war through an adventure-filled campaign, or join in epic multiplayer battles with up to 64 players, and adapt your tactics to the earth-shattering environments and destruction. Fight as infantry or take control of amazing vehicles on land, air and sea, from the tanks and bikes on the ground, to biplanes and gigantic battleships, and adapt your gameplay to the most dynamic battles in Battlefield history.
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If you are like me, over 40 and employed, it gets old being slaughtered continuously by level 87 kids who play 8 or 10 hours a day.
I'm currently a level 17 and it took weeks to get there. Your average kid who plays constantly probably gets to level 17 in a couple days.
Earlier I said visceral and engaging. I meant it. My best reference to how memorable this game is was the scene from Saving Private Ryan where one of the US soldiers (Mellish) gets slow knifed in the building where the German easily steps over the wimp Upham. I felt like I was slow knifed. I will never forget that scene and I will never forget the immersion in Battlefield 1.
These days, it's rare to see a triple A multiplayer pvp shooter take place in the past, so I got my hands on this game as soon as I could. I have no regrets, Battlefield 1 is one of my favorite multiplayer games at the time being, and it continues to bring me back time and again. The multiplayer is fantastic, fast paced when it needs to be, (spotting an enemy and killing them as fast as you can) and a slow paced when it feels necessary. (Defending your point from intruders.) In my opinion, the gunplay and weapon variety is the games biggest strength. Each weapon feels significantly different from the next, even with guns in the same class that have subtle differences (maybe sound, sway, reload speed) that make them feel unique. It's especially noticeable in the single player; changing your weapon often enough is like eating one candy at a time from your post Halloween pillowcase. As for the maps, they are all highly detailed, beautiful and large, but too much open space on some of them leaves you an easy target for snipers. As for the single player, it is good, even if not as great as hyped up to be. (But it's better than the last two BF campaigns for sure) Before I started playing the thing I wanted most was to see and be in awesome set pieces. I got what I wanted and more. I cared about my protagonist and supporting characters most of the time, and was pretty sad when one died to the sound of tear jerking music. Of the five different stories, (ignoring the five minute intro) all but one have the plot and production values necessary to be adapted into a feature length movie. Right now my biggest complaint is having most of the weapons locked away down the progression tree, something pvp shooters have been doing for too long and need to stop. But fortunately the base weapons are good enough to not make you feel underpowered. I feel like there could be more than five game modes, six if you count operations, and i'm also disappointed battlefield is still charging for map packs. I hate the fact that I have to make this argument every year either with call of duty or battlefield, but paid maps is such an outdated business model, its overpriced and splits up the games player base. There is now way i'm going to pay almost the price of a second copy (technically more than one copy since prime gave me the game for $48, two dollars less) for what should be free content. Luckily, EA has gotten into the habit lately of giving the maps away for free about one year after release, which was the case with BF4, BF Hardline, and Titanfall 1. So, patience is key.
I highly suggest you pick up Battlefield 1. If this game is successful, it will show the rest of the gaming industry that pvp games set in the past can be sell, and hopefully soon we will be out of this rut of over saturated sci fi future jet pack games. And its a damn good game in it's own right.