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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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Now my impressions:
Where to start? I'll say this: I've been a long time battlefield fan since the battlefield 1942 days and I'll tell you why - they are the only game franchise that has accomplished the ability the capture the epic scale of war into an enjoyable first person shooter. Period. No other game company has done this to my knowledge.
Amazing features in a multiplayer game:
To really appreciate what they've done you really have to acknowledge what this game features: 64 players fighting in epic scale well designed maps that are modeled after real battles in World War 1. The gameplay includes usable vehicles - tanks, ships, airships, airplanes, trains, motorcycles - mounted weapons - machine guns, flak guns, cannons, artillery - interactive terrain - destructible houses, towers, mills - you can hide inside them including bunkers, trenches. I mean, - you also get classic yet unique abilities with soldier classes like medic, scout, assault, support with actual roles to play in the game - they all play differently enough and has access to different weapons/equipment. No other game has this level of design and detail.
Let's just say this: Battlefield has always been and always was at its heart a massive 64 player multiplayer shooter that favors massive battles over single player campaigns. Nobody really buys battlefield games for single player so if that's what you're looking for this is the wrong game for you as you really do need multiplayer to enjoy this game. With that said, this is my first time seeing a single player campaign in the Battlefield series and I have to say it's not bad at all. The story telling and voice acting is really interesting and it actually prompted me to learn more about WW1. The campaign can get a little repetitive and mundane but it was interesting enough that I never really got bored. You can probably get through the single player campaign in a few days if you play a few hours a day and it really serves as more of a tutorial to get players familiar with the game mechanics and different classes in the game.
After completing the single player though it really made me appreciate the harshness of World War 1 and the people involved in it. It does try to get you to understand that War is tragic and not try to glorify the hero like in many of the other games. It tells you right off the bat that you are not expected to survive. It really does capture the gruesomeness of war unlike any other game I've played and it's a great thing to see that you don't play some glorified unlikely hero that can somehow kill hundreds of enemy soldiers like in other games. Well at least that's what the game tries to portray but there are typical scenarios where you're expected to wipe out crucial entities in encampments by yourself which can lead to killing entire encampments in one way or another. I think the campaign is great, not the best, but left an impression on me.
This is really the meat of the game. You go online and play 32vs32 in massive campaigns where your objective is to capture areas and push the enemy back. The game is well balanced and the game doesn't punish new players by overpowering experienced players that have weapons unlocked. Everyone has an equal chance at killing and you don't need to fight to really win, you just need to capture the objectives.
And this time around there are some interesting game modes besides the usual Conquest mode. I forget all the modes, but particularly interesting is the mode where both sides are just pushing through the middle in an all or nothing battle where you're either defender or attacker and you have limited troops so if too many soldiers die too many times before pushing through that leads to defeat. That is an awesome mode if you want to see big battles in a small area. There is also an operation mode that can be played for hours and what this mode does is it ties one battle to be next where you see how conquering one map leads to the next map in this grand scale nonstop campaign. It's basically the same gameplay but the different levels being that your next fight depends on your previous one and ultimately decides whether your campaign ended in success or defeat depending on the chain of events.
I will have to say though that one disappointment I had with multiplayer was that almost nobody uses voice chat and I was used to being able to type and chat on the pc in the old games - I still can't figure out how to change PS4 party chat back to public squad chat - where the hell is that option?? Now I'm permanently muted because I chose to join PS4 party. This makes you feel like you're on your own even though you are technically a part of a squad in some big battle and that really kills team work. Without teamwork it really diminishes the games true potential to be more strategic based.
The maps are all great and well designed. They have choke point s where players are forced into big fights to take the next area. I like all the maps. They are all the right scale and size if you have enough players.
This game really is great. I was a battlefield 1942 fan and even more of a fan of their modern war mod set in the gulf war era and was skeptical of how World War 1 would look in a game ( I don't typically like World War 1,2 settings and prefer modern settings ), but it was surprisingly well produced. I was hooked on this game for hours in multiplayer. No other game matches the scale of battlefield in first person shooters.
The story/campaign is artistically designed, with each "War Story" seeming like a legend. There's multiple paths you can take to complete the missions, as you can go in guns blazing or take the stealth path. I do like that each War Story is from different locations in the war, and is from different perspectives. Although short, it's satisfactory.
The campaign provides marginal replay value, although it's nice to replay it every now and then. The multiplayer, however, can provide virtually hundreds of hours of fun. Vast maps, a variety of gamemodes, and plenty of players give an almost new experience every match.
See mostly above. The game can get slightly repetitive at times, but new maps help with that problem.
Stunning. One of the best graphics I have ever seen.
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.
Multi-player is what you would expect. Large battles with countless weapons and vehicles. Any Battlefield fan will love this entry. Any FPS fan will enjoy it as well. Slower than CoD but different is good and I enjoy the pace of Battlefield over CoD.
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