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Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition by Electronic Arts

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Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9.
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  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: DICE
  • Category: Shooter

Product Details:

Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition includes the Red Baron Pack and the Lawrence of Arabia Pack - containing themed weapons, vehicles and items. Plus five Battlepacks containing combinations of items. Exchanges the visual appearance on three of the largest vehicles in the game. This Early Enlister edition allows you to play Battlefield 1 three days earlier starting from October 18.

Battlefield 1

Large-Scale Warfare At Its Finest
by Matt Bertz
Concept:

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


Graphics:

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


Sound:

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


Playability:

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


Entertainment:

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


Replay:

High

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

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.

  • Red Baron Pack
    • Vehicle Package: Red Baron's Triplane
    • Sidearm: Red Baron's P08
    • Emblem: Red Baron's Flyer Pin
  • Lawrence of Arabia Pack
    • Horse: Lawrence of Arabia's Black Stallion (new visual appearance for the horse)
    • Weapon: Lawrence of Arabia's SMLE
    • Sidearm: Lawrence of Arabia's Jambiya
    • Emblem: Lawrence of Arabia's Emblem
  • New visual appearance on the largest vehicles in the game:
    • Frontline Camouflage Train
    • Night Raid Airship
    • Dazzle Camouflage Dreadnought
  • Five Battlepacks
  • Play Battlefield 1 three days earlier starting October 18.
  • Pre-order and get the Hellfighter Pack, containing themed items inspired by the heroic Harlem Hellfighter infantry regiment. Also includes 7 days early access to a map released later in 2016.

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 4 out of 5 by from Great This is no COD slower paced big open areas longer game play. Love taking my tank right through a building to run you over lol. Most conquest are about 30 min long.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Brilliant Graphics are astounding, gameplay is priceless, and quality is unmatched. This a completely unique experience unlike Activision's Infinite Warfare released in a few days. It teaches a little history while making players account for in game obstacles and gravity through things like bullet drop and target leading. This will go down in video game history as a game that successfully went back in time while all others looked forward. Playing with friends in a squad and teaming up in vehicles is the best way to go about playing multiplayer if you're only looking for a casual gameplay experience.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from history this game in most parts is a documentery in the real times of real people, in a real war, with real endings, it engages u to look farther than a game, mabey pick up a book, and look back about how this all became a war to end all wars, as its said, ended nothing, so lets go back even further, the civil war, carnage on both sides, ww2, common men doing extroendy things, u get emersed, its a great experience, only playing campain now(:
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Going back to bring something new! In recent years the FPS genre has been losing some of it's steam in the sense of futuristic being over done. I'm glad to see Battlefield took the hint and decided to go back especially to a war we rarely see in games. This game, while not completely historically accurate brings new light to a war that changed tactics forever. While yes the campaign is short, it does a better job of being interesting and telling a story than alot of games have today. The weapons in this game vary from bolt action rifles, to light MG's to revolvers and such. A nice bit in this game is the artillery, AA and machine guns around the maps. This adds a new element in the game allowing for more fire power on targets and giving the basic infantry soldier the ability to fight back against vehicles. What I think really makes this game is the fact you cant really shoot across the map with an SMG or MG as they are not really all that accurate. While the bolt action rifles are powerful and accurate most only carry 5 shots and take some time to reload or put rounds down range forcing you to utilize your bayonet and sidearm. I have to say the battles online are intense when you are mainly fighting in such close proximity and especially in fog or a sandstorm. The graphics are great and the sound is on point with mortars, bombs and artillery rounds whistling through the air tearing up the landscape and buildings. Now while I have praise for this game it does fall flat in some aspects. While there are many variations of weapons there are only 4 base models per class. I find myself annoyed by trying to figure out how to level up my class, but there is no clear instruction other than keep using it making the Scout class the easiest as all you need is kills. While I haven't explored hardcore yet I find it absurd that people can take grenade, 20-30 rounds or multiple shots to the head before they go down. This has been a problem in Battlefield for years and it seems they have no intention of fixing it any time soon. So finally I have to say while it's not everything I had hoped for it still does a good job of bringing something new to the table while creating an chaotic atmosphere instead of people just sitting around trying to hit each other, but instead forcing you to get in close and utilize your other weapons.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great as heck I really like this game DICE it really brings out the experience of WW1, it actually shows you how WW1 was managed and it tells you about everyone stories in the war. You guys should improve the lag and the spawns so people won't get killed right off the bat, that's been an issue lately where people kept dyeing over and over again in the spawn due to "bad spawns" if you guys can fix that, that would be amazing for the community.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Release I played from Beta to EA Access to Early Enlister's edition. By far one of the best releases so far for EA and DICE. Very refreshing going from modern futuristic warfare to the past. A great decision by the Dev's. Launch day servers had a small bit of lag but overall no waiting in queues and no disconnects. Really solid game.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from wizard THIS GAME HAS WAY TO MANY TANK AND FLYING PLANE MISSIONS AND I PERSONALLY HATE THOSE GAMES. SO FOR ME ILL PLAY THIS ONCE AND NEVER PLAY IT AGAIN
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST OF THE BEST Good bye Call of duty it never stood a chance, if only all first person shooter games were this good.
Date published: 2016-10-20
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