#Battlefield is certainly one of the most notable first person shooter video games of all time. And is also one of the war games which have been affected by the shift from classic #warfare mode to modern settings. I have to admit that at some point I was craving a good FPS video game in a modern setting. However, it appears that my wish has been granted in a huge capacity. Where several many titles such as #Call of Duty and Battlefield have released modern versions of their games. This was good. However, I believe that the #trend has extended for a little bit longer than it should. Or perhaps I should say that the blend became too strict on modern settings and completely ignored the classical era. However, in Battlefield 1, everything changes.
Battlefield 1 brings back the classical warfare era to its diggers. Presenting what appears to be a #WWI in a place that looks like #North Africa. Although I was expecting something more like #World War II, but after watching the trailer I believe choosing WWI has been a wise decision.
One of the biggest limitations in a classical warfare games is the lack of inventory. Since the games are presented #realistically, it would prove somewhat challenging to match the amount of arms inventory a modern set game can easily have. However, the innovation of #EA is quite capable of blowing our minds like it usually does. Here is a comparison between the original Battlefield 1942 and the upcoming Battlefield 1 gameplay. As you will see, the difference is quite clear.
Battlefield 1 is set to be released on October 21, 2016 and the supported platforms are going to be Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Origin for PC, according to its website.
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