“Battlefield 1” has certainly done more than just impress fans with the thorough fabrication of itself, but also the continuous addition of content to those who tail it. Some who managed to get their hands on the title have spoken out on what the EA DICE shooter has laid on the plate.
After being known as one of the most promising shooters to date, “Battlefield 1” is still yet to be shown to the world completely. This does not mean, however, that EA DICE will deprive fans of the necessary information which could ultimately benefit and entice them further.
According to PlayStation Lifestyle, fans were given a glimpse of the World War shooter in their latest “Battlefield 1” footage, as it showcases new content related to customization. This, in particular, addresses the weapon skins for one, which is identical to the approach done in “Battlefield 4.”
For the time being, no news has been disclosed yet on what entirely the “Battlefield 1” weapon customization skins will reveal, though there are already numerous pieces revealed. In the aforementioned footage, fans can also see how the gameplay of “Battlefield 1” flows seamlessly, showing various kinds of weaponry and tactics.
As for those who managed to grasp “Battlefield 1” early, there are those saying how the game may have changed quite slightly from the way that the predecessors became. Moreover, the game delivers a more understandable sense of balance within the vehicles and infantry-medics play a more vital role now than before.
Apart from healing the injured allies of the game, “Battlefield 1” medics are now also responsible for repairing vehicles. All the classes were given a jumble respectively, such as the Assault Class being able to resolve the enemy vehicle attacks and the Support Class getting the ammo refills which used to belong to the Assault Class, with no apparent reason yet as to why this is so.
Overall, “Battlefield 1” has proven to be quite the contender to many as it shows how much prowess it can give with its gameplay improvements, customization additions and more when the game comes live. The EA DICE first-person shooter launches on October 21 for the PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One.