Today, we got the opportunity to see some concept art of battlefield 1, which demonstrates to us the workmanship style and tone and feel that DICE are going for, and what we see looks totally transcendent, looking gritty, instinctive, and basically, at the danger of seeming like a broken record, the sort of authentic historic noteworthy entertainment that DICE are known for in any case.

Battlefield 1 Concept Art Revealed; Tons of Images

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The Game will Feature Single Player Campaign mode

We don’t know much about the campaign mode, however, EA designers affirmed in front of an audience at a press preparation today that Battlefield 1 will include single-player mode.

We can Ride horses!

Nothing shouts video game silliness like telling players they can ride living, breathing animals into a front line against cutting edge modern weaponry. Yet, EA’s Berlin focused on that, in genuine WWI style, “you can bring a horse to a tank fight.”

You can look at the concept art below. Battlefield 1 will launch this October for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC. We hope to see a greater amount of the Games at E3 one week from now, too, so we ought to learn still more about it then.

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