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Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar

Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar
EA delivered quite a lot this year in terms of sequels, new content and teasers for upcoming games (check out page for more detail). But one of their greatest successes of last year was Battlefield 1. The game took the World War 1 setting and recreated a historical shooter in an amazing engine.  And this year we will be getting more content. In the DLC, In the Name of the Tsar.  Firstly, we ill be getting a whole host of new night time themed maps to create a new tense fear on the battlefield. But the new DLC brings in the Russian army and the battle on the eastern front. New weapons and items are available to the player, with the addition of 6 new maps. New units such as the womens death squad, and the Russian Hussar will also feature in the expansion. Check out the trailer below. 

Battlefield 1 Out Now

Battlefield 1 Out Now
I’m a bit late to the war with this one. But it deserves some spotlight.  Battlefield 1 has arrived. When I first saw the trailer and that epic music backed behind it, I knew I’d like Battlefield 1. It’s refreshing to revisit a historic warfront and even better that it’s set in WW1. For those who have played the Beta, and those who have been playing all weekend and are rubbing the sleep from their eyes on a Monday morning. You know how enjoyable Battlefield 1 is.  Battlefield 1 feels completely different from any of its predecessors. There is still the battlefield destruction but on a whole new scale. The battlefield changes on how a team moves and operates. If you mortar strike an objective it’s going to be full of holes when you get there. Weapons feel more realistic with slower firing and reloading, it genuinely feels like ...

Battlefield 1 Trailer

Battlefield 1 Trailer
Dice have revealed the first detailed trailer for the next Battlefield installment. Without further ado here it is, Battlefield 1: Blown away yet?Personally I was a massive fan of Medal of Honor, Battlefield 1942 and Call of Duty when they covered World War 2. The single player campaigns were gripping and the historic locations, weapons and battles just had me salivating. The multiplayer in these games were also never boring. Sure we saw a lot of the same team death-match but the range of maps kept a large amount of interest.  Looks like we’ll be fighting from the back of a Sopwith Camel over London.  Now I lost interest in first person shooters a lot. I saw the whole competition between Battlefield and Call of Duty as being who has the bigger more badass gun. This wasn’t to my taste ...

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