Battlefield 1 is a first-person shooter video game developed by DICE. It moves away from the modern setting of its predecessors and instead takes place during World War I.
Battlefield 1 makes changes to its single player campaign, and rather than telling a single cohesive narrative, it tells several episodic tales of soldiers during the war.
We take a look at the history of Battlefield and try to figure out what is going on with this promising franchise.
According to players, it seems servers for Battlefield 4, Battlefield 1, and Battlefield Hardline are having a tough time thanks to the hackers DDoS-ing them.
That’s a fantastic month all around, probably the best Games with Gold month yet.
Xbox One and PS4 players can add these DLC packs to their libraries for free.
Offer valid for Xbox One and PC; claim the DLC to keep it.
DICE looking to the future?
More maps from They Shall Not Pass will be available in May.
It's not you, it's them.
Turns out that war does change a little bit, to get rid of some lag.
Battlefield 1's latest DLC pack doesn't quite get everything right.
Some good stuff on offer this week.
It comes in at almost 8GB, too...
New guns, maps, Air Assault mode, Afflictions and much more are coming, first to Premium Pass owners.
These Operations will be part of rotating campaigns going forward, the first being Fire and Ice.
The first wave of content from the new DLC is now available for Premium Pass owners.
Battlepacks, Superior Battlepacks, free Scrap and double XP events are all coming next month.
You can play They Shall Not Pass and In the Name of The Tsar for free.
The second wave follows in January.
The famous, trench-combat heavy map will be available to everyone, even if they don't own the DLC.
But it will have the British Royal Marines, so there is reason to be happy.
Check out full patch notes.
But more information on what Xbox One X improvements they implement might be coming soon.
Revolution Battlefest starts today, offering DLC access to all base game owners.
With full (extremely detailed) patch notes inside.
Premium Pass owners can start playing it on September 5th though.
Competitive mode goes into closed alpha next month.
They will add a lot of nuance and depth to the game, it seems like.
And you better clear your hard drive, because it comes in at a whopping 40GB.
It seems a bit premature, since most of the game's expansions aren't even out yet...
90 minutes of footage of the new map.
Both games available between July and September.
Goes live on June 20th.
The Germans and French collide in Conquest.
Apocalypse especially sounds interesting.
Night maps also confirmed for this Summer.
DICE and EA confirm inclusion of women in Battlefield 1 at last.
DICE is "just getting started" with Battlefield 1.
EA's key franchises are performing well.
Plus, a Summer release window shared as well.
And it's called Nivelle Nights.
May update to streamline flow of matches.
They Shall Not Pass is heavy on content and features at least one truly memorable map.
One for each class.
New patch also coming for all.
Check out the future tools of destruction.
Gandalf would be proud.
Compete for objectives and push the enemy's base.
The new French-themed DLC is almost here
You can get both games as a package deal.
Back to Basics is going to become permanent.
Well, that's not good.
More information on the long awaited feature.
New update scheduled for February.
A small but annoying glitch.
Along with fixes for Battlefield 1 game crashes.
VIP lists, kick'/ban functions and more incoming.
Free Battlepacks incoming.
Showcasing DICE's vision for the maps and battlegrounds we will be fighting on.
Patch it quickly, DICE!
It took just a week to fix the problem.
New custom game and Spectator mode coming.
Map goes live tomorrow for early access consumers.
Chaos comes to World War 1.
Scouts, Medics and the Suez Canal.
A fix for the problem is coming soon.
So don't worry about your effort going unrewarded.
Market garnered $6.7 billion digital revenue in October.
Hopefully the issues are resolved soon.
Nothing confirmed but Tweets are hinting changes are coming.
Costs range from $1.99 for one to $29.99 for 20.
These issues aren't hell (like war) but they're still pretty annoying.
Contributes to 36 percent year-on-year software sales rise.
Hopefully the issue is resolved soon.
Good times await Battlefield 1 players.
Head to head comparisons between the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Battlefield 1.
Hardcore support arrived with yesterday's update.
And they are a doozy.
Changes to multiplayer maps already noticed.
Rent-A-Server program arriving with update.
Heads in the sand, in this case literally.
Players have spent 59 million hours collectively in-game.
Going out on a high note.
But it could still happen in the future.
Everything you need to know about Battlefield 1.
Plus, more details about Hardcore.
Here are top 5 secrets waiting for you to discover in Battlefield 1.
Tons of little fixes and a couple of big ones.
EA and DICE's newest is a veritable hit.
Plus, support for Civilization 6 added, too.
A complete guide for Skylanders: Imaginators.
DICE's Battlefield 1 is a visual splendor regardless of whatever platform you happen to play the game on.
Some tech tips for Battlefield 1.
Program begins in November.
Squad selection screen ripped off.
A robust multiplayer component and engaging gameplay makes DICE's latest title one of the better Battlefield games in recent years.
Looks like the game may live up to all its hype.
For a brief time of course.
They look delicious.
Goes live on October 13th.
Some restrictions could be placed on available modes.
Earn XP bonuses by completing different stages of challenges.
Not a moment too soon.
Italians and Austrians battle it out in the Alps.
From October 12th to 21st, multiplayer will be on display.
This must be music the ears of PC gamers worldwide.
Process will be handled directly through EA.
Do the weapons live up to the setting?
Makes a pretty game even prettier.
Some of the biggest releases of this year.
Nothing is written.
Could we actually be getting some great single player action in a DICE game for a change?
More campaign footage to be showcased.
Episode names line up with months old leak.
Make some room on that hard drive...
An attempt to be true to the scale of the Great War.
Please let it be good, please let it be good, please let it be good...
Minor new details arise.
Get to see DICE's newest attempt at a single player mode tomorrow.
But it doesn't sound like it will be happening any time soon.
But there's a limit on activities.
Check out the multiplayer content slated for launch.
"You have spoken, we have listened!"
It was only a matter of time before someone datamined the beta.
Sidearms are confirmed though.
Giant's Shadow involves the Battle of the Selle.
Making it the largest beta in EA history.
All eyes on the battlefield.
Xbox One S owners will be able to enjoy the game in glorious HDR.
Including some new colors that look absolutely great.
EA are bringing all their big hits over to the PS4 Pro.
Get your desert warfare in till then.
Discovering these bugs is exactly what beta tests are for, though, so I suppose it's a good thing that it's been discovered.
Battlefield 1 is bringing the series back in time to the great war, but that doesn't mean they aren't adding loads of new features.
It's a pretty good update all around.
Download size is 6.1 GB.
Battlefield 1's beta grants you a lot of graphical settings to toy with.
Insiders take note.
Free to play for all.
Battlefield 1's open beta is going to feature weapons with multiple variations.
DICE still undecided on when Insider codes go out.
Battlefield 1's Premium Pass will be priced at £39.99, and grants you access to the four planned expansion packs.
World War 1 Battlefront.
They're just concerned with making Infinite Warfare the best game that it can be.
64 player multiplayer to be showcased.
One day early access to be precise.
Goodness gracious, that looks incredible.
Not long before we can all go hands on with DICE's eagerly anticipated shooter.
Will this one be received as well as the previous ones have been?
Not trench warfare, after all.
Loyalty rewards program.
That said, DICE will also be doing their best to ensure that game balance is not broken.
Within a year's period of course.
So not that long left before we get to see more of the game.
"[The Scorpio] is not a problem for us, we just scale."
DICE's Patrick Bach sounding off on the echo chamber that is the internet.
"What's the Battlefield recipe for single-player?"
Battlefield 1 marks a distinctive return to the series' signature atmosphere, even in closed alpha stage.
Frostbite Engine continues to shine.
Our impressions of the Battlefield 1 alpha on the PS4 and Xbox One.
Insiders likely to receive early access.
Frostbite Engine is a technical marvel.
It's what you want, apparently.
Are you among the lucky ones who got the invite?
That sounds ridiculous. And awesome.
It's trench club time!
Battlelog is dead; long live Battlelog.
EA explains why there was no announcement for the alpha.
This is how World War 1's iconic vehicles will figure into combat in Battlefield 1.
4x the beauty.
Apparently, some people get to play the game this week.
More details surface about EA and DICE's eagerly anticipated World War 1 shooter.
Gung-ho, I say.
Two of the most important nations in WW1? Nope, not here.
DICE introduces a new mode in Battlefield 1.
World War 1 looks pretty neat in DICE's upcoming shooter.
This game looks cooler and cooler the more we see of it.
And what about Mass Effect?
Bringing a club to a gunfight.
New trailer launching June 12.
DICE may be en route to delivering the most memorable shooter in years.
'It's a brutal and personal side to the combat.'
But you shouldn't worry about too much bloat, either.
Before or after? That's the question.
Though EA was concerned about younger gamers even knowing about World War I.
World War I style mayhem confirmed for EA Play.
How true could this be?
At this point, I just feel bad for Infinity Ward.
It's not just a reskin.
EA CEO Andrew Wilson says Battlefield 1 is a game for every major platform holder.
Though EA could make one if demand is high enough.
'We believe we are supremely well positioned...'
"Whenever you take creative risks, and it works, you actually can get to substantial success."
The Road to Battlefield campaign continues to bestow free DLC.
That's a crying shame.
Back to its roots, indeed.
Physical versions of the game will only have download code.
Different shooters cater to different audiences, according to CEO Andrew Wilson.
The game's official Twitter campaign spilled the beans.
A return to form! Yes!
'We're trying to stay true to it.'
Studio praises visuals and the tease of "interesting mechanics".
This won't be a repeat of Battlefield 4's failings.
Along with brand new screenshots.
64-player battles confirmed along with light and heavy melee weapons.
Journey to the start of modern combat.
EA and DICE taking a leaf out of Microsoft's book, it seems.
Find out what DICE has in store with its next Battlefield title.
That is... interesting.
A 9 second tease of what to expect tomorrow.
'We are excited to reveal what is next for Battlefield.'
The future of Battlefield.
Take this information with a grain of salt.
Industry insider shinobi602 teasing "shootery things" next Friday.
'I've seen things- Battlefield 5 things.'
Alleged leak hints at a far different Battlefield game than we are used to.
Battlefield 5 may be an even more technically impressive game than any other DICE game so far.
"I just think that there’s less overall competition," says Michael Pachter.
Will Battlefield 5 redefine how currency and experience work in shooters?
The company is looking for a veteran combat gameplay designer.
DICE moving closer to devoting full time to next game apparently.
EA updates on its biggest titles for the next 12 months.
But the development team aren't exactly being forthcoming with details.
PS4, Xbox One and PC release stated.
And the company is looking to hire a new developer to do it.
It was a teaser for Mirror's Edge Catalyst.
DICE is seeking a Technical Animator to "drive innovation."
Company says any information will be announced when it's ready.
At least a specific set of fans do.
It's not confirmation, but something is up.
Could be the biggest FPS in 2016.
It's been said to have a return to a military setting.
Rumors are a bit weak but still interesting.
EA confirms that next year will indeed have a new Battlefield release.
Dead Space developer now working on a military-based shooter?
"Every new game needs to be the next big thing.”