We wanted to take a moment to thank ShadowSix for his truly amazing screenshots, a number of which have been used on various FridayNightBattlefield tweets and artwork. For those that haven’t seen his work, check out his Battlefield 4 gallery on flickr below. I also highly recommend checking out his other albums too, for some equally amazing images from other titles like Star Wars Battlefront and Need for Speed.
Battlefield 1 is nearly here, and we’re excited for you to play the full game when it releases on October 21 (or October 18 if you pre-order the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition*). And for the collectors out there, there’s the Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition available in the USA through Amazon, with other retailers carrying it in different territories around the world.
Not every soldier is created equally. Some are more powerful. Some are more… Elite. In Battlefield 1, you’re able to battle as one of three Elite Classes, destructive forces that – if played well – can change the course of the battle.
Vehicles have always played a big part in the Battlefield franchise, and many of the tanks, attack planes, and armored cars you’ve driven and piloted in prior games got their start in World War I. We’re really excited that we get to show the genesis of that vehicular technology with Battlefield 1.
Take a look at how DICE brought a wide variety of vehicles into Battlefield 1 in this new video.