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Battlefield 1 - PlayStation 4

Model: 73389SKU: 5263501

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 4056 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent WW1 Era FPS!

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    MichaelL
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    With the "glut" of modern day "Spec Ops", "Vietnam Era" and "World War II" FPS shooters, it's refreshing that EA/DICE decided to set this Battlefield Game during the World War I era. Graphically, it's beautifully rendered with excellent terrain and model textures, and smooth NPC and player animations. As with all Battlefield Games in this franchise, it has an extensive multiplayer online FPS combat mode (I haven't tried it yet), but thankfully for those of us that prefer a more involved "story" there is a very well done single-player campaign mode. The single player mode is played out through different regions with the player playing a different character depending on the campaign region selected. Gameplay is smooth and for the campaign that I have played so far (the Tank crewman story), I like the mix of "vehicle" and "on foot" combat. Good game and very recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Gritty, grimy, and brutal

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    PSVRguy
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    Nothing has come close to simulating the death and destruction of World War I like this game. The sound design and environments are phenomenal. Weapons and vehicles pack a deadly punch. You WILL die constantly first starting out. Sniper bullets fly from all directions, zeppelins and biplanes are bombarding the ground, and mustard gas grenades fall at your feet where you thought you were safe. Many would give up after a match or two, but you have to keep trudging into the trenches. You learn how to use the environment and your team to get better. There is a huge amount of customization and unlocks with different classes. With a variety of game modes and story missions, you will keep coming back. The launch of this game is nothing like battlefield 4 was. It's bigger and better. My only gripe is that load time between matches is excessively long. A patch will hopefully fix this soon.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful destruction

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    Buzz3333
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    This is easily the best looking game I've ever played, and is the most fun I've had with a FPS in a long time. But this genre of games isn't always for me, the universe of these games and the lack of characters to interest me keep them from being games that I love. That and the fact that I've never been a huge fan of the multiplayer shooters in which you die over and over again incredibly quickly, no matter how good you are, making it feel like a lot of the game is more left up to chance than actual skill and challenge. There will be those matches that are very intense and fun to play, but it's too far and few between for me. I think that if you want to give the franchise and this genre of games a shot, this is a solid place to start. It is worth your money as you can spend hours upon hours playing it, but enjoyment will vary depending on what type of gamer you are.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Best FPS multiplayer game out right now.

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    lalit008
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    Out of BF1, COD, and Titanfall, I have no problems saying that BF1 is by far the best of the three. The maps are impressive and there will be many times where a series of events leads you to believe that you are in the middle of a commercial for the game. It is constant chaos and 1,000x better with friends. That being said the game suffers from a lack of diversity. WW1 does not lend itself to too much high tech gear so you are stuck playing with a finite amount of guns that do not offer many modifications. For some this is not a problem, but if you are one of those guys coming from BF4, then BF1 is a huge 180. That being said the sounds and visuals are great and the operations are grand events with a lot of commotion of every side. The game is a great experience and I have no doubts it will get better as time goes on and the developers add to it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Battlefield never disappoints

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    undercoverJ
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    The Battlefield franchise never disappoints. Even though their last title had its mixed reviews. For the most part, it always delivers from what to expect and more. Battlefield 1 is truly a great experience for both new gamers and returning players. Battlefield 1 campaign mode is truly an amazing experience. The ability to play with different characters and experience those final moments and understand their state of emotions. Furthermore, the multiplier aspect is also unique. I like the simple joy of how weapons are almost bare to the bone. And not have 4 attachments etc. Its simple, straight forward, old weapons with their unique characteristics...... The multiplayer still needs its refinement, nothing to the extreme... I'm confident they're getting things fixed soon.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Shooter of the Year

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    Steve
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    After years and years of WW2 shooters we started to get a little burned out. The market started moving more and more modern, to the point where half the games out there today are futuristic and not very grounded. By going backwards to a point even further in the past than the genre has explored before, DICE has made my favorite shooter of the year. The WW1 setting has been an absolute breath of fresh air. The single player is unlike anything we've seen in this space before. The vignette style storytelling is so different from what we're used to and works perfectly for a war with so many different fronts. The online has been running smoothly since launch, devoid of any technical issues. There can be some slowdown on PS4 when playing 64 player matches, but that has to be expected. This is an impeccable game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Incredible Next Step for the Series

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    91preludesi
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    I started online with Battlefield with Battlefield 3. There was definitely a huge learning curve coming from Battlefield 4. My first couple of hours playing Battlefield 1 I have to say, I was questioning why I got the game. I wasn't used to the style of weapons (smaller magazines, primitive optics, etc.) so I was playing terribly. Then I finally found my groove and everything just clicked. It is much more satisfying to get a kill in Battlefield 1 over previous titles. The new Operations mode is great as you fight on multiple battlefields and try to hold off the enemy from advancing. The behemoths are a nice addition. Not too OP, but not overly easy to destroy. Dice got the balance right with them. I highly recommend BF1. If you don't like it at first, give it a few hours/days and see how you feel.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Enjoyable single player campaigns

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    UH1Chief
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    I am not a fan of multiplayer games but I enjoyed the single player campaigns in Battlefield I in which the player can drive tanks, bi-planes, tri-planes and horses. As a foot soldier, the player has access to many different weapons used in WWI. Player characters in the campaigns are from Great Britain, USA, Italy, Australia/New Zealand and Arabia. Controlling the airplane was a little difficult for me due to porpoising. I tried adjusting the settings but could not find the right combination. Overall I thought that the single player campaigns were well done and interesting and just the right level of difficulty for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    I'm not a fan of this game, nor a Fanboy

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    indymaddog
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    I resisted buying this game because EA ALWAYS has issues when they first release a Battlefield title...so I waited until Black Friday to pick this one up for 19.99... The good: the initial campaign is pretty decent from a history perspective. Graphics are awesome. Maps are large. Lots of players per map... The Bad: multiplayer... I have a 150Mbps connection and yet I spend more time waiting for games to load than getting to actually play. Gun balancing is WAY off. Guns in WWI were not as accurate as they are portrayed here, but I guess if you made it historically accurate, none of the run-n-gun or spray-n-pray kids would play, right? My recommendation: skip this game until spring, maybe by then it will load faster and get into games quicker. For now I'll stick with BF4.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Tanks

    Posted
    Bigbarnv1
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    I get to drive tanks in the game. I wish it was WWII tanks but I will tank these ones. I like running people over and driving through buildings. The shooting is weird. Move the stick a little you get nothing move it a lot you get a ton. Not sure if first person games are the problem or the controllers. But I have yet to find one that moves like your really shooting a gun. Not sure if people that made part ever shoot a gun. I have shoot handgun rifles and shotguns in real life it's not that hard to aim and shoot. But it is fun to shoot guns. The sound of guns are good to. The snipers are good but the Calvary rifle is funnier for me. It's a rifle but a lever action which makes it quicker to shoot. But this to me is about the vechiles. Planes train and tanks horse trucks.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Dices crown jewel in the battlefield franchise.

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    tbwyrick
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    Battlefield one is a great game with a lot of cinematic moments packed all through the game. The only issues I've had were with the marksman on larger maps and the single player was very fun but could have been so much better if they focused more in depth on their war stories. You don't level up as fast so you really have to really on your own skill. The guns are extremely balanced though. Semi auto rifles easily match up with any smg, lmg, or automatic weapon. The multi player has many fun and exciting game modes. The maps are built perfectly while each class always plays their role due to the balnce. From small to large maps always bring new elements while the hundreds of opponents and 64 player matches keep you on your toes at all times. Over all It's Dice's finest work.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great game, but got bored with it

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    Adam
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    Battlefield 1 is a great game. The graphics look great and have a lot of detail. The "campaign" really isn't a campaign, they are just war stories that don't intertwine. They are fun though, and help you get used to the game and weaponry. It only takes you around 5 hours to go through all of them. Multiplayer is a blast, but challenging. Battlefield is more realistic when it comes to war compared to call of duty. I found it to more challenging which I enjoyed but disliked at the same time. I quickly became addicted to online multiplayer and then I became bored the whole game itself. Im multiplayer became too repetitive. I would of liked to have seen a real story mode campaign and split screen multiplayer. I would definitely recommend at least giving it a try

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Battlefield is back with a vengeance!

    Posted
    Mxcfactor

    This game is so awesome! I liked of how EA and Dice went old school and thought outside of the box instead of beating a dead horse with the whole futuristic warfare(Call of Duty & Titanfall). I mean if that suits your fancy go for it. But if you played old school war games like Day of Defeat or ironically the old school COD games - this will be perfect for you. When you join a match it feels like you're within an actual battlefield. The animations in the background, the 32v32 players. including the vehicles, aircraft, and battleships! The behemoth feature is awesome too. The weapon depth isn't a big variety but that's to be expected with the weaponry of that time frame, but the customization of the soldiers is very pleasing. 5/5

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect

    Posted
    Dwad
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    This has some of the best multiplayer fight I have ever played. This game combat can range from huge maps to close quarter. I can not say enough good things about this game as a shooter and on mechanics. I play with 3 usually but have just as much fun playing by my self. Graphics are great and they keep releasing new maps so it doesnt get old. The way you unlock weapons seems to be very fair because you have to use a class to get those weapons not like previous games where you get chests and new weapons inside. In the chests is only skins for weapons, (which are cool) but dont make the game unfair. and XP boosts, which help out in unlocking more items. Alll in all a near perfect game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    the best FPS games I played. This game is Amazing

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    Oscar85Cedeno
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    This game is simply perfect. Every detail is perfect. The sounds of the guns, the aircrafts, the tanks, the explosions, makes you feel in a real combat in that time. Play this game feels like a World War 1 movie. Online has a lot of games modes and new ones like Operations (large scale wars, more bigger than conquest, much much much much bigger than conquest) you play with a lot World War 1 machines. I recommend BF1 and other Batlefield game series than Call of Duty series, because Batlefield is so real, makes you feels inside of that battle. every game has its own concept and on the other hand COD games are the same. Don't waste your money on others games that does not has creativity. Pay for this creation.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Everything I expected.. but not quite everything

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    Texpert
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    Awesome game. I'm a longtime battlefield fan and I've played just about all of them. I bought this game thinking it'd be more of the same as bf4... just with the player base that shifted away from it, but this is not the case. It's a different game with the same mechanics as bf4. The WW1 setting is great and the vehicles are "handicapped" compared to bf4, which makes this much more fun to play as a solider on foot. The graphics are gorgeous, the gameplay is great, and the new operations game mode is a really creative idea. Furthermore, if I want a modern combat experience, I can still pop in bf4. It's not more of the same. If you're on the fence because of this, get this game. You won't regret your purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A Great War Game

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    Jocur
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    Not a big first person shooter guy, but after seeing a ton of footage for this game, I couldn't pass on such a gorgeous experience. Going back to World War 1 is a breath of fresh air compared to the over the top, future space battles of other recent shooters. I've had a great time in a chat with a few friends, running around the expansive terrains, jumping in the bi-planes and tanks and dominating the different points on the map. Alternatively, I've enjoyed taking in the scenery in the vignettes offered in the solo campaign. Beautiful graphics and you get attached to the characters even with the short time spent with each. If you're looking for the shooter to buy, look no further than Battlefield 1.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Campaign on battlefield series ever !

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    Metal
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    I'm going to be 100% honest here ! I at first I bought this game for my friend !! since I've played every single battlefield and almost never liked the campaigns and I prefer to play COD multiplayer I was just not interested enough to pay for it .. But man what a mistake I made ! I got the disk and opened up the game and started playing it and I can tell you it got me in 20 seconds , I mean the graphics ,the story , the game play , everything just is so Unreal ! it's fantastic :) When I finished campaign I was so impressed that I decided I would add this game to my collection and hold on to it . So It's a must buy :) buy this GAME Right after you read my review . You wont regret it Sincerely

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great multiplayer and great, but short campaign

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    gamerDUDE51
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    This is a game outside of my comfort zone, but I took a shot and am very happy. I usually don't play FPS, since I'm not good at them, but this one is a little easier to get my head around. It's not super fast twitch, so non-FPS dedicated gamers will pick it up fairly quick if they stick with it. Play the campaign first if you are non FPS savvy like myself. It offered me a good challenge on the default difficulty setting. Frustrating at first, but I got the hang of it and it gave me great practice for multiplayer. I only wish more was put into the campaign. What is there is done exceptionally well, I just wish it didn't end so quick. Pick it up if you want a taste of old school WWI combat.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best World War I shooter

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    REV3Gaming
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    DICE has delivered on one of the best FPS games this year and the best Battlefield game to date. The campaign is made up of "war stories," each of them memorable, engaging you in a history lesson of the human impact of these battles and while acting as a training course for multiplayer, the giant meat of the game. Much like other Battlefield games, this is more about chaos than competitiveness and skill (Overwatch and Titanfall 2 take the cake this year for that), but is nonetheless recommended for anyone who like giant open maps with realistic bullet drops and a appreciation for authentic sound design (seriously, the sound of guns being shot in different environments is mind blowing).

    I would recommend this to a friend