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Battlefield 1 Review



Battlefield 1 takes us back in time to the destructive online large-scale battles of World War 1 and some short stories which act as a decent introduction to the game.

The campaign is made up of six war stories ( a prologue and five missions) which let you play as different characters each time. Despite battlefield being infamous for having sub-par campaigns, this time around they managed to make it a memorable experience which acts as a tutorial for multiplayer. The war stories had good character development and the missions where designed well but were a tad too short. Still i would consider this a step in the right direction for the franchise and believe that this is the way to go for battlefield in the future.


The multiplayer is where Battlefield 1 is at its best. The massive maps and realistic visuals recreate the war impeccably and fully immerse the player into the game. Guns and weapons have an old and heavy look to them but are still effective. There are enough weapons to keep most players satisfied and even several different configurations and versions of the same weapon. The inclusion of planes, tanks, boats, motorbikes, and horses grants players a whole new way to engage in the war and work together with teammates to defeat the enemy. There is a steep learning curve for all this but with time and practice you can begin to understand the mechanics of the game and how it functions.

In the new Operations game mode two teams fight to occupy the map. The attacking team must capture all points in the sector to advance while the defending team must hold them off and hold their ground. This combination of Conquest and Rush game modes proves to be a fun addition to the game but at times can be lengthy.


Conquest is still by far the most popular and played game mode in battlefield and provides a great experience for players that want to witness the best that the game can offer. The open and large maps are compliment the game mode superbly but the close quarter combat needs plenty of improvement. Most often than not, battling in buildings and bunkers causes a lot of frustration for players who would like to just enjoy the game since a large amount of players will stay there and hide instead of benefiting from the map size.

In conclusion, Battlefield 1 has done well to give gamers a breath of fresh air by adding new content to their game while still preserving the core gameplay and mechanics that we know and love from previous titles.

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