Intuitive destruction and dynamic weather ensure that no battle is ever the same. For even more gameplay possibilities, carve a path through walls and buildings, take down your enemies in creative ways, and leave your mark on the terrain around you through intuitive destruction. Through your actions, the pristine world around you change into a battle-scarred landscape, changing the world forever. With dynamic weather you will need to adapt your tactics to weather changes as the elements play a part in the battle. Playing the same map on a bright day, in heavy fog, or rain will impact what you see and hear, forcing you to adapt your play style on an ever-changing battlefield. Operations introduces a new way to play multiplayer. In Battlefield 1 you play a series of interconnected battles across multiple fronts. Play a sequence of battles where your actions have consequences beyond a single match, as you try to conquer territory or push back your attackers. At those times when you feel all is lost, call in the Behemoths – the largest fully player-controlled vehicles ever seen in Battlefield. Roam the battlefield and rain fire on your enemy to break their defenses. All-out war never felt so epic. Take control of the Armored Train, Air Ship, or the Battleship to dominate the battlefield across land, air, and sea.
DICE takes aim with Battlefield 1 and it ends up being a jackpot. It couldn’t be a better game taking into consideration the limitations imposed due to the game taking place during WWI. It offers some of the best maps ever seen in the franchise. Tons of charisma for a franchise that stands tall against the dictatorship of sci-fi and double jump.
Campaign is quite short but still really good, I would love for them to bring out some more sp missions or let us play the ones that didn’t make the cut for the original game.
Multiplayer is great, massive, well thought out maps and some new gamemodes. Lacking in weapons and things to unlock suck as attachments, also need more things to do while waiting for games to load, such as making loadouts and looking at stats.
The medals shouldn’t need tracking or have different stages it should just be possible to do it all at the same time.
Assist counted as kill needs to be lowered to 75% of health like in hl.
The rest of the game though is brilliant or good enough despite those small setbacks and the core gameplay is fun and exhilarating.
The blessing and curse of Battlefield 1 is that it is another well-polished entry in a series that clearly follows a sacred gameplay formula. Fans who have enjoyed the series thus far will find the same enjoyment in this latest entry, and aspects of World War I have clearly been carefully curated and incorporated into the game. However, it does feel that the series is playing things too safe. As good as the multiplayer is, I’m hopeful that future entries will take more risk. In the meantime, Battlefield 1 is another great offering that follows the series’ enjoyable gameplay template.