Battlefield 1 takes us back to where wars was not about future technology because horse, tanks, airplanes, submarine and etc. EA wants to break the mold of futuristic shooters and take us back to World War 1 and beyond. Let’s me tell you the process of why this game is developed, the team picked World War 1 as the game’s setting and to suit players playstyles in the game. Creative Director Lars Gustavsson has been dreaming on creating a game based on World War 1 and will not be slows down due to the historical setting. But executive of Electronic Arts Patrick Söderlund reject the idea thinks it’s not fun to play but later accepted it by watching a demo of the game created by DICE. Senior Producer Aleksander Grøndal research about war for visual references stating ““I wanted to see the pictures and I wanted to imagine how they’d look with a mobile lens and wanted to start off with all the footage and imagine that footage in our game with a modern take.” He watched 2014 Apocalypse: World War I French documentary and read 2004 book World War I in Colour by Charles Messenger for inspiration.



In this game you will experience war like never before, in single-player campaign you play as six characters with their own war stories and nationality background, it’s divided by six chapters (Storm of Steel, Through Mud and Blood, Friends in High Places, Avanti Savoia, The Runner and Nothing is Written) play them all in any order that you like. The fun starts in you get into multiplayer, there are 64 players can join in a game. There are game modes such as Conquest (controlling points in maps), Team Deathmatch (the team with the most kills wins), War pigeons (capture the other team’s pigeon) and Operations (teams of Attackers and Defenders). Each player has a class to choose from Assault, Medic (healing and reviving teammates), Support (replenishing you teammate’s ammo and repair vehicles), Scout and many more. You can play in a squad (it will not wise to play without being an in squad), customize your loadout by winning games and buying weapon and create game servers but you have to buy them. I am loving the HD graphics in this game using Frostbite 3 engine, if you are a fun of Battlefield 1 and like old-school warfare buy this game. Battlefield 1 is available now on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Source: Eurogamer and 2


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Battlefield 1 – Back to the Modern War Age Review

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  1. I used to be a Battlefield 3 Veteran on Xbox 360. Truly loved that game, and had the time of life playing it. Lately I am feeling very nostalgic so I have even started watching video’s of conquest being played in BF3. That said this one also looks very good from what I have seen on clips. Great review, hope you will continue to enjoy this game 😊


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