Gamers discover unique Easter eggs in Battlefield 1 involving headphones on numerous multiplayer maps, and are hard at work decoding the mysteries hidden within the game.
One of the most notable features of past Battlefield games has been the unique Easter eggs DICE and Electronic Arts hide within the game. Gamers spend hours and days working together to unravel the mysteries the developers stow away within the Battlefield series, and use Reddit and social media to coordinate their efforts. Naturally, Battlefield 1 is no different.
With Battlefield 1 releasing this week, gamers will be searching for the best weapons to use in the game. Here’s our guide to unlocking all weapons in Battlefield 1.
With the official launch of Battlefield 1 set for tomorrow, millions of gamers will jump into the World War I shooter to take on friends and strangers in brutal fashion. Like the games before it, Battlefield 1 offers a large arsenal of weapons for players to choose from, each with their own pros and cons. But in order to find a favorite, players will need to go through the process of unlocking each weapon, then purchasing the ones they want to use.
With Battlefield 1‘s release imminent, learn how to level up all the different classes in the game’s online multiplayer mode as fast as possible with this guide.
Fans that picked up the Early Enlister edition of Battlefield 1 or are subscribed to EA Access are already battling it out in the game’s online multiplayer battlefields, but most people won’t have a chance to play until the game launches on the 21st. Gamers that pick up Battlefield 1 on its actual launch day will have some catching up to do, so we have compiled some tips to help players level up fast in DICE’s World War I shooter.
Battlefield 1 fans discover a tease of two new multiplayer modes coming to the DICE and Electronic Arts first-person shooter, with one being a Hardcore mode.
Although the majority of Battlefield 1‘s maps and game modes have been revealed well ahead of tomorrow’s official launch for the title, it seems as if the developers at DICE and Electronic Arts have at least two more multiplayer modes in mind. Thanks to the attentiveness of several fans of the forthcoming Battlefield 1, the release’s server browser has divulged the addition of two game modes dubbed Fog of War and Hardcore.
Here’s how Battlefield 1 fans can earn a weapon skin and a dog tag for the forthcoming first-person shooter by playing Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline.
With Battlefield 1‘s official launch date being a little more than a week away, Electronic Arts is pulling out all of the stops when it comes to promoting its World War I-inspired title. As it happens, not only has the company begun a week of two hour-long streams for the game, but also the publisher has now announced a promotion where players can earn a special weapon skin and dog tag for the forthcoming release by playing Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline.
DICE reveals that Battlefield’s companion app is losing its Battlelog branding in advance of Battlefield 1‘s release, with the app soon to be called Battlefield Companion.
With the upcoming release of Battlefield 1, the entire Battlefield franchise has been getting something of a redesign. Not only is the title taking players to a rarely seen era in gaming, but the game’s campaign is also going to offer up some major differences from previous titles in the series. However, it’s not only the game itself that is going to be different, as other elements of Battlefield are also being changed, such as the apparent retirement of free social platform Battlelog.
Those playing the Battlefield 1 open beta this week will choose from one of four classes. Here’s our guide to effectively playing as each class in Battlefield 1
Over the next week, gamers around the globe will have an opportunity to take on their fellow players in the Battlefield 1 open beta. The beta, which features one map and two game modes should give players a taste of what the full game will offer at release in October.