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After feeding our expectations during several months, EA Dice has finally released the Battlefield 1 first beta a few days ago, and the questions everyone is asking is: is it up to the hype?
At a first sight, the answer is a definitive “yes”. Of course, it has some glitches and deficiencies, and the gameplay is quite limited, but you can expect that kind of things from a beta. Besides those details, EA Dice has done a good work with this first approach to Battlefield 1, at the very least they have ensured we will keep counting the days until the final version is released.
The beta immerses us in a gigantic battle with other 64 players, in a gameplay that forces us to coordinate with the rest of our team since the very beginning to capture some points throughout the map. The game dynamic catches us from the start.
The map seems to be extremely big, like it has no end at all, and its details are very beautiful and well designed (it does have some glitches and stuff like that, but like we've said before you can expect that from a Beta).
The classes system and its features are quite a thing, EA Dice has done a very good work creating expectations about this, but one thing is to see in reviews or trailers and quite another to experience it directly in the game, since the beginning the difference between classes in terms of weapons or skills are extremely important in the game, they are not just small differences, your game experience is really affected by the class you choose when you start playing. The game really makes you wanna explore all this differences.
In its beta, Battlefield 1 covers all our expectations and leaves us waiting for the release of the
final version, but also leaves many questions , including whether this Beta will not be a very well developed promotional product and then the final product will not end up being a lower quality one, and also if the EA servers will be ready to support the traffic that launching a game like this will generate.
No doubt EA Dice will have to clear all these questions when they launch the final version, for now, they made sure to keep our high expectations until that happens.
Battlefield 1 does an amazing job of transplanting the fantastic chemistry of the series’ traditional multiplayer action into the weaponry and vehicles of World War I. The era brings with it not only a visually striking backdrop for classic game modes like Conquest and the compelling new Operations, but a distinct personality that touches everything from its rich lineup of archaic and distinctively designed weapons to the somber anthology of character-driven stories in its brief but surprisingly poignant single-player scenarios
The game had a great Beta, best shooter right now, great weakpons, vehicles and maps, it's great for all publics, enjoy the war with great graphics
THIS IS MY GAME!!!!
Soy un fan de batleifeld, necesito este juego
really enjoyed the beta
just played the open beta, look like the usually FPS..
Cant wait,its a game changer
This game sounds like it'll be amazing!
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