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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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Secondarily, those complaining about it taking a long time for weapons to kill somebody obviously don't know what they are doing. I feel they are complaining primarily because of the MP trench gun which is the default gun on the assault class. This gun is intended to be used by getting very close to somebody and spraying them with it. It is not an accurate weapon nor was it back in WW1. Use corners and cover in order to move close on opponents and you shouldn't have an issue with the guns if you use them to their strengths. Either that or they are trying to take out enemies at a distance using iron sights and are too use to their high tech red dot sights. There are optical gun classes that allow having a more conventional sight picture if that's your style.
Operations is a new mode in this game that has the attackers taking different sections and lends itself well to the WW1 setting. Oftentimes you'll have games where a lot of attackers are charging a position and you have a lot of trench fighting and both up close and distance fighting depending on how well you decide to use cover and concealment. If your not into large scale battles then you also have the option to play team death match or a new game mode called war pigeons. This is a game mode that uses the towns in the maps to offer an up close to medium distance battle over a single war pigeon. Kind of like capture the flag if you had to protect the flag for a certain amount of time instead of returning it to you base.
Overall this game might take a bit of adjusting, getting use to iron sights and getting up close to enemies for successful kills is different than most other modern shooters that simply have you use a weapons iron sights until you unlock a red dot. Overall this game will make you a better FPS player because you'll get use to utilizing cover and concealment and using a weapons natural iron sights. Personal opinion but this game is beautiful and I think it's a strong contender for game of the year.
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1) The campaign. The last few Battlefield games really lacked here. DICE was able to successfully deliver us a solid campaign that albeit short is done very well. Instead of opting for a campaign that follows one cast of characters, the game instead showcases 6 different stories highlighting major points of WW1. You get to be apart of a tank crew on the frontline, take to the skies as a pilot (one of my favorite war stories, especially the traversing through the No Man's Land section), fight as an Italian soldier, take part in one of the biggest naval assaults of the war, and fight with Lawrence of Arabia. All in all, a good campaign with an interesting story. I particularly liked the prologue though that showcased the destruction and death of WWI though. It was well done.
2) The main reason why most people play the Battlefield games, the multiplayer. This is hands down my favorite online FPS of the year. With BF1 you see the return of classic conquest and rush, the inclusion of team death, and a new mode based around carrier pigeons. Out of these core modes, I have only played Conquest. Conquest is just a blast. All the maps are relatively great and unique. My personal favorites are Amiens (an urban city based map that packs intense urban combat with a mix of vehicle and close quarters), Saint Quentin Scar (a big map great for vehicle play, sniping, and I must say a beauty to the eyes), Monte Grappe (a map based in the mountains around Italy and Austria, its like fighting a war in the Sound of Music), Suez (a small map that makes for more aggressive and intense play, the Operation Metro of BF1), and another favorite of mine is Argonne Forest (a map that in conquest only features infantry combat and is just very fun). All in all I would say most of the maps are pretty great, but those are my favorites so far. In regards to classes, this game has your same run of the mill BF classes like Medic, Support, Scout, and Assault I believe. Medic and Scout are my personal favorites just because I love using semi-automatic and bolt-action rifles. I will definitely dip my toes into the other two classes eventually. I do feel they did a solid job fairly balancing them as well.
Now continuing with the MP, BF1 does offer a new mode to Battlefield, Operations. Operations is sort of simulating key segments from WWI like the German offensive in 1918 and the Americans battling in the Argonne Forest. For anyone who played Battlefront, the game mode mixes Turning Point with Rush where you have to capture two points and push back the defense. I dipped my toes into one match and it was fun. The 64 player match is just a blast and seeing you and your team just charging forward really makes you feel as if you are a part of some WWI simulation what with all the sounds, people yelling and screaming, and the visuals. Cool new mode.
So there you have it. BF1. A fitting new entry to the Battlefield franchise that will be popular for years to come. DICE did a solid job on it and I am glad EA decided to let them go with the WWI idea. It is a very fresh and immersive experience. The sights, sounds, and destruction of the environment has been the best in a BF game for sometime. I particularly like the craters that form on the maps. It just adds to the immersion. I definitely recommend anyone pick this game up if you love a good first person shooter and are especially looking to get back to a historical era shooter as well. Plus perhaps after BF1, DICE will follow up another BF2 and have it be that WWII era Battlefield game we have been wanting for a long time now. Awesome game, hands down my favorite release of the year.
I'm taking off a star because I HATE PAID DLC. This game has already separated the player base with paid DLC. This also means there are NO servers that have vanilla and DLC maps on them, which suck. Good thing Battlefront 2 DLC will all be free. Maybe DICE has learned.
Overall game play and graphics are great and a fun game
Personally, I love a single-player, play-how-I-want campaign. I delight in systematically sneaking through a map, eliminating enemies one at a time until none are left standing. My best friend is a straight run-and-gunner. The fact that we both found the campaign a blast to play tells you how well EA balanced it for playstyles.
On multiplayer, it took about 4 or 5 online matches for EA to discover how not-hardcore I am. Once it did, it matched me with other casual, novice players and we had a lot of fun. And somewhere out there was a map full of hard-core shooting fans equally happy for pro-level challengers. Well-done, EA. Well done.