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ELECTRONIC ARTS 36866 Battlefield 1 (CIAB) PC
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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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It is a late war experience of 1918, so you're seeing the big push at the end of the war, or the 'land-grab' as I like to call it (almost perfect for a conquest type gameplay). No one is standing around in trenches (except for pesky snipers), they're charging and pushing forward, making this a memorable Battlefield experience. The weather is actually dynamic this time, with rain/fog/dust storms happening randomly on different maps.
The guns leave a bit more to offer, but I feel there's still a more complete arsenal of weapons and included maps. This game surely beats the likes of Battlefield 4 and Hardline and has already sold more copies than both of them combined. I'm willing to put money on the fact it'll also destroy Call of Duty: 'Infant' Warfare.
Since the beta they have messed up the coding hard. Constant direct X crashes for me and 2 of my friends while the other 3 remain crash free. The game is awesome until it crashes. There is currently a thread of 175 pages of people complaining about this exact same crash. Until they fix it, you're flipping a coin to if you'll actually be able to play or not.
If this crash gets fixed I'll update my review.
I've only played the single player a handful of times but I appreciate how it spreads out the campaign out across multiple soldiers fighting on multiple fronts so you get a sense of scale with the war. You're not some super soldier or a lone wolf in powered armor. You're one man fighting your battle in "the war to end all wars.
Graphically the game is absolutely beautiful so far. I'm running things around "high" on my rig and I can only imagine how insane this must look on maxed out 4k ultra capable PC's.
All in all I'm sure that BF1 will find it's way into the pantheon of DICE titles that stole my attention from the collective world of gaming. And with a new COD and Titanfall dropping soon(no pun intended) it's clear that EA and DICE have a challenge on their hands.But I'm excited to get deeper into the multiplayer and if anything urgent pops up that might impact my score then you'll be the first to know.
NOTE: I wish that with these NO DISC copies that Amazon would just email you the code like they do with the DLC. I should have received my copy at launch but it didn't show up until early afternoon of the following day. It doesn't matter as much to me...but I can only imagine how angry someone who took time from work would be.
Battlefield 1 is no exception. After the shocking dissapointment that was Star Wars Battlefront, DICE has returned to the tried and true Battlefield formula to give us an amazing online shooter.
Battlefield one reaches back to the pre-Cod 4: MW (2007) days when WWII shooters dominated the industry with great success. Using these old school, dead accurate weapons again is like a breath of fresh air.
I have an Intel i7 4770k 3.5 Ghz Quad Core along, Nvidia GTX 1080p 8GB , 16GB RAM and 1 TB Samsung 840 EVO SSD. I can run every map at max (Ultra) settings at 2160p (4K) and consistently get 50-110 fps. The game only drops below 60 fps for a brief second if some super intense combat is happening, other than that I always get over 60 fps.
For reference my old AMD Radeon 3950 3GB could run these games at 1200p at High and get 70-100fps, or ultra and get 45-70 fps.
-Massive, detailed maps.
-Amazing physics this time!
-Operations game mode is innovative.
-Campaign is actually good this time!
CONS: (a lot of these fit with the time period, though)
-Weapon customization has been reduced to ironsight/scope type, zoom distance, and cosmetics.
-Weapon are less varied.
-Very few maps to play on as of 11/19/16. First expansion is due in March 2017.
OVERALL, Battlefield 1 isn't blazing any particularly new trails besides the WW1 setting, but despite that fact, it's still a very entertaining game that's kept me captivated for hours on end with its cutting-edge graphics and surprisingly well-told and solemn campaign that highlights the struggles of common soldiers, assassins, tank crews, etc. in the Great War.