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Battlefield 1 Singleplayer Will Feature Multiple Stories With Multiple Characters
Electronic Arts and DICE keep revealing more and more details about Battlefield 1 multiplayer and today we have some new information; but regarding its SP.
With the beta to start later this month, many fans are confused about why there has been no details about Battlefield 1 singleplayer campaign.
Aside from some leaks about Battlefield 1 singleplayer campaign there has been no details which is kind of odd. If took some time but DICE has finally share something about Battlefield 1 singleplayer; a minor but very interesting detail.
According to the official Tweet from Battlefield 1 Twitter account, Battlefield 1 singleplayer campaign will feature multiple stories with multiple characters, each character having a different point of view.
It is an interesting way to develop its campaign and means we will get to play as different soldiers, from different parts of the world. Finally, a break from the United States or British Army.
DICE will reveal more about SP soon.
In other news, DICE revealed Elite classes for Battlefield 1 multiplayer, and these classes act similar to the hero system in Star Wars Battlefront. The Elite classes are buffed-up infantry units equipped with devastating weapons that, if used effectively, can help turn the tide of battle.
There are total of three Elite Classes the Flame Trooper, the Sentry, and the Tank Hunter and we will get to try them out on August 31 during the beta.
Meanwhile the final release is set for later this year and if you are interested in getting the game, we recommend avoiding Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition.
Amazon has listed Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition which includes everything except for the game. This Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition includes a 14 inch tall collector’s edition statue, an exclusive steelbook, exclusive cloth poster, deck of playing cards and more.
Battlefield 1 is scheduled to release on October 21 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.