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Experience the dawn of all-out war on Xbox One S.
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
Own the Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle (1TB), featuring a military green console with matching stand and controller, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, High Dynamic Range, and one month of EA Access. Includes a physical copy of the Early Enlister Edition of Battlefield 1, which allows you to start playing on October 18, the Hellfighter Pack, Red Baron Pack, Lawrence of Arabia Pack, a new visual appearance of the Behemoths, and five Battlepacks. For veterans of the series and newcomers alike, discover a world at war through an adventure-filled campaign, or join in epic multiplayer battles with up to 64 players on Xbox Live. Fight as infantry or take control of amazing vehicles on land, air and sea, and adapt your gameplay to the most dynamic battles in Battlefield history. And with EA Access, play EA games for a limited time before they're released and get unlimited access to The Vault, exclusively on Xbox One. With over 100 console exclusives, and a growing library of Xbox 360 games, there's never been a better time to game with Xbox One.
* 4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. HDR functionality available with supported games and TVs. After free month, EA Access requires paid subscription, sold separately; see www.ea.com/eaaccess for details. Xbox Live Gold (sold separately) required for online multiplayer, access to multiplayer-specific Packs, and to access certain Vault title online features. Game download code inside. Game download from Xbox Live; ISP fees apply; significant storage required. 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. Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see http://www.xbox.com/backcompat. Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console.
This bundle contains a physical copy of the Early Enlister Edition of Battlefield 1
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