Battlefield 1 gameplay trailer now available: move fast or die
E3 is now officially a gamers’ paradise as game developers are competing to get the public’s attention with appetizing trailers and stunning reveals. For example, EA revealed an impressive fast-paced gameplay trailer of its upcoming Battlefield 1, offering players a glimpse into the game set against the bloody backdrop of World War 1.
Battlefield 1 will really put your fighting skills to the test since there are no jetpacks, fighter jets or other advanced weaponry. With only have basic weapons at your disposal, you’ll have to think and act fast. Otherwise, enemies will most certainly kill you.
While tanks in World War 1 won’t be as powerful as anything found in World of Tanks, they will get you from point A to B and protect you on the way. There are no massive guns available; just a few automatic weapons and a ton of pop rifles. Be prepared to take the fight to the trenches as well, as you will fight tooth and claw for your life.
The gameplay trailer confirms Battlefield 1 to be a very fast-paced game where you’ll have to make decisions in a split of a second if you want to stay alive. Mid-air plane fights are spectacular and the images showing soldiers running on the ground, fighting and seeking cover make them look like rats running away from fire.
Battlefield 1’s single-player campaign only has six missions, according to rumors. Unfortunately, the events at E3 haven’t yet shed a light on them. If the rumors are true, then players will fight in the following missions:
- Friends in High Places
- Nothing is Written
- Through Mud and Blood
- Avanti Savoia!
- The Runner
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