Battlefield 1

released on Oct 21, 2016

Discover classic Battlefield gameplay with epic multiplayer and an adventure-filled campaign. Experience the dawn of all-out war, only in Battlefield 1. Fight your way through epic battles going from tight urban combat in a besieged French city to big open spaces in the Italian Alps or frantic combats in the Arabic sand dunes. Experience large-scale battles as infantry or piloting vehicles on land, air and sea, from the tanks and bikes on the ground, to bi-planes and gigantic battleships.


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Melhor BF que ja joguei, muito bão

I ended up really enjoying this game, both for the single player and the multiplayer. The single player was well made, having a solid but not entirely amazing story mode. I figured it was more or less a freebie anyway as the main reason I bought this was for the multiplayer, which was fantastic.

This and R6: Siege had a stranglehold on me during college during 2016-2019. Buying it on Amazon weirdly gave me an early download passcode to play days before it was set to launch, so I was getting the feel for the game and got hooked. The ambition to create an FPS in WW1 is so out there, but it was such a smash hit. I was weirdly good at this game and did so well at so many guns/classes even though I was okay at most other shooters.
Sadly the ending came more so when the game stopped updating content and DICE/EA just kinda left the game alone for a while, leaving it to be stagnant and boring.
Recently replayed it for a night and it was still fun, just not as engaging as it once was. One of the more fun titles in the series!

This game makes great use of the WWI theme and exploration and at the time of release was a breath of fresh air to break the modern warfare theme of previous Battlefield games. However, it is this same WWI theme that affected my enjoyment of this game since I felt it didn't have the gunplay and gameplay variety that previous games offered in terms of multiplayer by offering gadgets and/or weapons that made the experience for me (such as UAVs, spawn beacons, motion sensors, etc).

Battlefield at its absolute finest. The graphics, gameplay, level design, and sound design are outstanding. One of the best and most immersive FPS games ever made.