Battlefield 1 gets new weapons trailer

by Linda Olson August 10, 2016, 0:55
Battlefield 1 gets new weapons trailer

The latest video of gameplay features several of the Battlefield's weapons in action, including machine guns, rifles, sidearms, and melee weapons.

For those who prefer to engage in close-ranged firefights, they can seek out the numerous shotguns and SMGs that will be strewn across the virtual battlefields, while those who are more inclined to scout and shoot their opponents from a distance can look for sniper rifles.

As the release date is getting near, "Battlefield 1" is now getting hotter and hotter on its seat. To shed some light on the weapons that will be available in the game a new video has been published online today on the official Battlefield YouTube channel.

EA always takes considerable measures to research and develop their video games. "We have been allowed to open up a totally new world". Coming this October 21st, "Battlefield 1" is the 14th installment of the series since it was released last 2002.

Battlefield 1 gets new weapons trailer
Battlefield 1 gets new weapons trailer

There's more than ample evidence that Battlefield 1 is looking fantastic too. Now, Battlefield and Call of Duty are taking two very different approaches in order to break the monotony - while the former is revisiting World War I, this year's Infinite Warfare will take Call of Duty far into the future.

In other Battlefield news there is a Battlefield 1 Exclusive Collector's Edition for sale on Amazon which costs $129.99 and doesn't even include the game.

This brings the question - would you purchase Battlefield 1 on launch day or would you to prefer to wait and see if there are any issues with the bone-stocked game?

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