New Battlefield 1 Campaign Trailer Arrives

Having lead most of Battlefield 1‘s marketing campaign with a focus on multiplayer, EA and DICE are finally shining a light on the World War I shooter’s single player campaign.

The just-released trailer (above) presents an emotional narrative, a gritty atmosphere, and a movie-like aesthetic that could make Battlefield 1’s campaign one of the series’ most epic yet. Check out the footage above and be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments.

Battlefield 1 hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 21.

EA Access members can start playing as early as October 13 via the program’s 10-hour gameplay trial. Included in the trial are five maps — St. Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez — and four game modes — Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination.

The full game will be available on October 18 when Battlefield 1’s Early Enlister Deluxe Edition launches.

  • RedKnightOH

    Larger groups of friends, like the thousands of online gaming War Clans… that are currently looking for great Clan Supported games (in the vain of the old Sony SOCOM games and somewhat BF3 itself for PS players, or ARMA for the PC players), that could support 64+ players at a time, using Private Controlled game Servers… and the large Clans that would buy thousands and millions of BF1 game disks, for the opportunity to once again have a Clan Supported game, are not interested in BF1 Single player mode. We are interested in large online public and private War Clan competitions and Public and Private Tournaments.

    DICE’s “pretty” BF4 game couldn’t and didn’t give us that game. Battlefield Bad Company2 was good for Clans, but could have been better. BF1 is a clone of BF4 and will not provide Clans and their millions of members around the world, the chance of playing BF1 as a real multiplayer tactical Teamwork game, using real battlefield strategy.

    So… BF1 will make the young CoD kids happy, with the Run & Gun, Lone Wolf play style, Shooting Everything that Moves, Using no headset for communications, Screaming little kids that adult players must endure just to play BF1. Adult players like me and the large online War Clans… won’t even consider buying the substandard BF1 game.

    • The anonymous employee

      Look online gameing is slowly dieing with lots of company’s trieing to make Mobile games now and vr games as well cough cough sony