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Battlefield 1 by Electronic Arts








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Battlefield 1 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 19.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: DICE
  • Category: Shooter

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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.

Battlefield 1

Large-Scale Warfare At Its Finest
by Matt Bertz

Tap the unexplored territory of the first World War and infuse it with Battlefield sensibilities


From the fog-covered trenches to the sun-drenched deserts, this is one of the most picturesque games available today


DICE has always excelled at surrounding players with the cacophonous sounds of battle, and BF 1 is no different. However, the proximity sound of encroaching enemies is curiously (and frustratingly) absent


Fluid controls guide the shooting, tank-driving, and plane-piloting experiences


The World War I setting is a refreshing change of pace to the space shooters currently dominating the landscape



When the opposition pushes all of its war assets toward one beachhead, sometimes it's smarter to avoid that fight altogether and make headway by creating another front. While Call of Duty, Titanfall, Halo, Destiny, Gears of War, and many other shooters compete in a sci-fi battle royale, DICE instead dove deeper into the annals of military history to reveal a singular first-person shooter gem: Battlefield 1.

The World War I setting feels refreshingly different than the modern sensibilities of contemporary Battlefield games. Biplanes, rudimentary tanks, and cavalry replace the jets, attack choppers, and missile guidance systems that rained death on combatants in recent entries. Most guns have a much shorter range than modern precision rifles, and in general the combat is more brutish. With a startling array of gory melee kills, this may be the bloodiest Battlefield game to date. In between mortar blasts and gunfire, the battlefield rings out with the tortured screams of soldiers being burned alive by incendiary grenades and flamethrowers, the violent coughs of those hit with mustard gas, and the savage battle cries of infantry charging toward enemies with their bayonets. These serve as constant reminders of the vicious nature of a war fought by more than 70 million people across the globe.

The most welcome change to the Battlefield combat is the return of destructibility; buildings haven't crumbled this remarkably since Bad Company 2. Tank shells turn wooden homes into splinters, decimate concrete windmills, and rip apart everything in between, leaving the maps in ruins after the dust settles. Weather plays a serious role in forcing tactical flexibility as well. When dense fog or intense sandstorms set in, sniping and lobbing tank shells from afar lose their value and you must venture closer to the objectives to turn the tides of battle. When a team falls far enough behind, they receive reinforcements in the form of the behemoth vehicles - a zeppelin, armored train, or battleship. In my experience these heavily armed juggernauts didn't always help the losing team gain the upper hand, but they definitely cut the gap thanks to their forceful artillery barrages and use as a new spawn point that can place players much closer to their objective.

See more of the review at Game Informer

  • 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.
  • War Stories from the Far Edges of the World - Discover a world at war through an adventure-filled campaign that captures the variety of a global conflict through the eyes of several different characters all united by this first modern war.

Important Information:

©2016 Electronic Arts Inc. Battlefield and Battlefield 1 are trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. or its subsidiaries. NO WEAPON, VEHICLE OR GEAR MANUFACTURER IS AFFILIATED WITH OR HAS SPONSORED OR ENDORSED THIS GAME. Conditions and restrictions apply. See www.battlefield.com/disclaimers for details.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Great game I really like it a lot and has great graphics
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good game but isnt perfect I was loving the concept of WW1 and the timeline of events around it. Great game but it needs more. the lasting appeal is very low. Once you complete the campaign you almost forget the game is in your stack. That being said its still a good game and I would recommend trying the game.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good game, bad community. I am going to give a straight forward review on how this game is played by its online community and its WW1 theme.. The campaign was decent and gives somewhat of an idea into the story of WW1 and is a basic tutorial on how to play. However, the amount of automatic guns used in this multiplayer makes this game feel like it should be a WW2 game instead. There really isn’t a WW1 feeling to this game at all, and honestly, it feels like a mix of Star Wars Battlefront and Battlefield 4. With the amount of complaining about guns being op in the game, like always with this community, there are already nerfs that have altered weapons for the worst, while a few changes give a slightly better feeling to a few other weapons. All max level guns (rank 10) are pointless to get, as all weapons can be bought as early as rank 3 in each class. Leaving a large empty gap till max level (rank 10). Your characters rank feels pointless as the class rank is the one that gives you unlocks. The battlepacks are nothing more the weapon skins and terrible one’s at that, except for the gold skins everyone craves for. Majority of the game modes aren’t very populated on all platforms (PC, PS4, Xbx1) and the biggest two modes are Conquest and Operations. Majority of maps for Conquest are open with little to no coverage leaving it ideal for mostly vehicles and snipers. The two most popular maps I see with players waiting in queue are Argonne Forest and Suez. I did notice a difference in Conquest with each platform, PC and PS4 had one extra flag on Suez, while the Xbx1 had one less flag. I didn’t play all maps on Xbx1, so I am not sure if it is due to limitations of the Xbx1? Anyway, Operations seems to be a larger version of Rush with 64 or 40 players, which might explain its popularity. With the multiplayer, I found the matchmaking to be terrible at the fault of the community and DICE’s automated systems. First, the community. At the start of every match, everyone switches to the teams with the largest number of players or leaves the match. Second, Dice’s automated system for matchmaking adds fuel to the fire. With a match now unbalanced with one side outnumbering the other, players are still added primarily to the larger side. Why on earth this always happens 100% of the time is beyond me. You would think it would add players to the smaller team. Once a match begins, the first three of five flags that are taken by a team cause several players on the opposing team to leave the match as if they lost already. During a match, as players join and leave, new players will switch to the winning team or leave the match if they can’t. Believe me when I say this, there is No Skill Required in this game. The reason is, whether it’s a party or just random people in squads everyone hides in groups and the team play excuse is abused so much. You will see groups of people only moving if everyone else moves, or camping if everyone else is camping. Everyone likes to hide together as if they are too afraid to go out on their own as a lack of skill. Nobody will attack or defend a flag unless the entire group moves. The few that do attempt to attack or defend a flag are easily outnumbered as the rest of the team chooses to ignore those objectives. Then, you have the ptfo people who are the one’s in the middle of those groups camping out. The Assualt class players with their spray Automatico’s or shotguns not doing anything but spamming anti-tank grenades and rocket guns are the biggest annoyances in the game. Everyone abuses gas grenades, but the spammiest class in this game is the assault class, due to its explosives. Majority of the guns in this game are terrible, and each class has their selected few for you to use whether you like it or not. Then, there are those griefer's that target you if you constantly killed them or their party. If they recognize your GT in another match, they will switch teams to target you, or as your teammate, they will follow you around throwing gas grenades at you and trying to annoy you, and will try to get you killed or give away your position. One of the biggest sore losers and griefer's seem to also come from Eu servers as someone is always using third-party software to kick you off the server. This also happens most on PC compared to console. Which is why I game mostly on console now. I almost forgot to mention during gameplay, your bullets will randomly not register causing you to fire blanks into your opponent as DICE still hasn’t figured out a solution to those glitches or netcode issues. Unfortunately, it seems to happen most in cqc. The sound also cuts out for no reason, and it usually fixed with shutting down my PC or console and unplugging the ethernet cable before a restart. Which my only guess is an online EA connection issue on their part. Who knows. Overall, I just don’t see Battlefield ever-moving past that spammy group play that is abused ever since I played BFBC2. They could be good games, but the community is just terrible, and will always look to blame every problem it has on op guns and other player bases from other games. The repetition this franchise creates with only moving in large groups to spam explosives is too much for it to need any skill or competitiveness. It’s a numbers game, and that’s about it. Outnumber your opponent on a chosen flag, even if it’s on the other side of the map and that’s about it. I tried to take long breaks from this game to prevent burnouts, as I have with all Battlefields, but as soon as I join a match, there’s that spammy group play again, while everyone ignores their own flags being captured. I highly doubt Battlefield 2 or 20 is going to be any different.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great multiplayer fun Plenty of fun to be had with friends. Guns are period accurate. Graphics are amazing. Gameplay and character progress are solid.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lasting Appeal Is A Problem For This Game Don't get me wrong, this is one of the most impressive looking games I have ever seen. This game has one fault for me, one major fault. It doesn't have a lasting appeal to me. The War Stories aren't even a real campaign and was extremely short. Every multiplayer match feels the exact same and I feel really limited to what I can do. For this game the multiplayer is really the entire game, alongside very few modes to play. This crushed the lasting appeal for my experiences with the game.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome graphics This game is awesome it keeps you wanting to play and it has great graphics and it looks so real it is a great game.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall amazing This was my first Battlefield game, and the campaign is great, but everyone knows why we get games like this... THE MULTIPLAYER! This game has good music, but the painful screams, the sounds of gunfire, the yelling of your team, the ambiance is amazing. The gameplay is great, but the controls can be a little weird for newcomers. The graphics are amazing, and I can say this is one of the most beautiful games I have seen. Being a mmo shooter, it is needless to say you can easily dump hundreds of hours into this game. The only bad thing is it is pretty hard to level up for newcomers, as if you are not already good at this kind of game, you will struggle to get better guns, and thus, be able to do better at the game overall, but this is one of the best games this year.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is insane!! One of the best games i own and play. I have never been a fan of online gaming, this has me gaming online all the time. The action and chaos is incredible. Graphics look great, did purchase the premium pass which is going to be incredible when completed. I definitely recommend buying battlefield one.
Date published: 2016-12-24
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