Battlefield 1 Has Server Browser; Other New Details Revealed
The WW1 shooter continues to come into focus.
Battlefield 1 senior producer Aleksander Grøndal answered a series of questions about the World War 1 game today as part of a Twitter Q&A. Among other things, he confirmed that the shooter will have a server browser (though he didn't say if this was PC-only or offered on consoles, too) and that settings include the Italian Alps and Arabian deserts, just to name two. Scroll down to see more from today's Q&A.
Battlefield 1 Twitter Q&A Details:
- Vehicles are "unique," and the gameplay reflects that.
- The campaign will feel "much more like Battlefield."
- Multiple people can fly in the same plane.
- There will be classic modes and new ones.
- There will be a server browser, but not clear yet if it's on all platforms.
- Naval vessels are also included, though no word yet on what they are.
- Settings: Italian Alps and Arabian deserts, just to name two.
- All weapon attachments will be "era authentic."
- There are single- and multi-person tanks.
Battlefield 1 launches on October 21, though people with an EA/Origin Access membership or those who pick up the deluxe edition can get in on October 18. Additionally, a beta will be held sometime before launch.
In other news, Battlefield 1's announcement trailer is the most-liked trailer on YouTube, while Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's is the most disliked.
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