A little more than two weeks after the release of the single-player campaign of Battlefield 1 (primarily exclusive for members of EA / Origin Access), EA and DICE brought a new trailer showing impressive graphics to present this new iteration set in the World War series. It seems like this campaign will be better than previous DICE efforts in Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4, which turned out to be boring for others.

Battlefield 1 – New Screenshots and Single Player Campaign Trailer 

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Battlefield 1 will plunge into a series of what we call war stories, personal stories with different characters, each with their origin and abilities. The characters are at war, but the stories are personal.

The Great War is diverse and developers knew that they have to reflect that diversity. There were so many different perspectives and many characters in World War 1 ad they try their best to include every possible thing they could.

In short, there are many different stories of war waiting in the campaign of Battlefield 1.

Folks with EA / Origin Access can enjoy following map after two weeks, St.Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez. Conquest modes include Rush, Operations and Domination. This time limited trial will also allow us to play two missions from the single-player campaign: Storm of Steel and Through The Mud and Blood. Like other monthly trial service on EA, our progress will transfer to the full game if you purchased the full version of Battlefield 1.

EA Access and Origin Access members can unlock exclusive content from 13 to 20 October. We can obtain the Dog TagTrench Raider ‘ just to start the game..


Battlefield 1 will be launched for others on October 21 for PC and next-Gen consoles. Below you can see new screenshots.


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