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Battlefield 1 launch maps and game modes

Battlefield 1 launch maps and game modes

Battlefield 1 launch maps and game modes

Battlefield 1 launch maps and game modes

 

Battlefield 1 will launch on October 21st with nine maps and six game modes, with a 10th map coming in December as a free content update. 

The game will come with Conquest, Domination, Rush, Team Deathmatch and Operations, all of which have been available in previous games. War Pigeons is a new addition to the series, where teams of players must capture message carrying pigeons and bring them back to base. 

  Battlefield 1 launch maps and game modes  

The game will include the following maps, with additional future maps coming as DLC. Each map will be playable with up tp 64 V 64 battles. 

  • - Ballroom Blitz
  • - Argonne Forest
  • - FAO Fortress
  • - Suez
  • - The St. Quentin Scar
  • - Sinai Desert
  • - Amiens
  • - Monte Grappa
  • - Empire’s Edge
  • - Giant’s Shadow (coming in December)

 

You can join the discussion on Battlefield 1's game modes and maps on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-09-2016, 13:42:33

NeverBackDown
64v64? They can barely get 32v32 right with the tickrates and "netcode". This is just going to make it worse imoQuote

22-09-2016, 14:05:16

Chrazey
I've heard from many places that this game isn't very highly ancticipated and that it will most likely fail.Quote

22-09-2016, 15:09:00

J0s3e
I've had enough of the game with the beta I think..Quote

22-09-2016, 18:23:58

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
I've heard from many places that this game isn't very highly ancticipated and that it will most likely fail.
"I've heard".. really? That's entirely opinion.
This is pretty anticipated. Haven't seen anything else to prove that wrong. It's actually a step forward for BF. Much better in the brief time I have played it than anything since BF3(although bc2 was far better)Quote

22-09-2016, 19:24:06

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
"I've heard".. really? That's entirely opinion.
This is pretty anticipated. Haven't seen anything else to prove that wrong. It's actually a step forward for BF. Much better in the brief time I have played it than anything since BF3(although bc2 was far better)
I have no idea what you mean by "I've heard", yes, I've heard several people think that this won't be that successful. And therefore "I've heard" it.

"It's actually a step forward for Bf"?... You may think that it's a step forward for Bf.
It's not a fact nor what everyone else thinks.

In my opinion, I've pretty much only ever played Battlefield and in my opinion, this feels odd and like a step back in my opinion. If they had released this back around 1942 time, then it would have made more sense to me. Since that is also focused on older warfare.

Going from Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4, which is modern combat, and now back to this?... Nah, don't like it.

FYI, this is entirely my opinion Quote
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