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Fight your way through battles going from urban combat in a besieged French city to open spaces in the Italian Alps or frantic combats in the Arabic sand dunes. Experience large-scale battles as infantry or piloting vehicles on land, air and sea, from the tanks and bikes on the ground, to bi-planes and gigantic battleships.
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Lucas Adams ... (voice) (as Lucas Adam)
Deniz Akdeniz ... Lionel Cocchiola (voice)
Jeff Berg ... Clyde Blackburn (voice)
Mark Bonnar ... Townsend (voice)
David de Lautour ... Whitehall (voice)
Keith Dunphy Keith Dunphy ... McManus (voice)
Seth Ericson ... (voice)
Nicklas Hansson ... (voice)
Louis Hunter ... Jack Foster (voice)
Michael Jibson ... Wilson (voice)
Johan Lindqvist Johan Lindqvist ... (voice)
Joe LoCicero ... Luca Vincenzo Cocciola (voice)
Jack Lowden ... T. E. Lawrence (voice)
Ben Mansfield ... George Rackham (voice)
Peter O'Brien ... Frederick Bishop (voice)

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Fight your way through epic battles going from tight urban combat in a besieged French city to big open spaces in the Italian Alps or frantic combats in the Arabic sand dunes. Experience large-scale battles as infantry or piloting vehicles on land, air and sea, from the tanks and bikes on the ground, to bi-planes and gigantic battleships. Written by Battlefield

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The game has a large focus on the 'Harlem Hellfighters,' an African-American battalion known for their bravery and resilience in battle. They were given the name 'Hellfighters' by the Germans for their impressive reputation, having never lost a man to capture, surrendered a trench or given away any territory. A Hellfighter soldier is featured on the main poster and is also available as a statue as part of the collectors edition of the game See more »

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The song "Dream a Little Dream of Me" did not exist until 1931. See more »


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One of the greater in the series!
27 February 2019 | by jullebullSee all my reviews

Battlefield 1 first of all comes with a special concept to tell a story about WW1. I think they did this so good. I really enjoyed the campaign. I mean they had variations of missions, so there wasn't just dirty trenches. We had tanks, planes, variations of locations around the world. It had such interesting war stories, and although it was so short dice managed to build up the characters enoug. The stories are emotional and beautiful, every war story also brings a message. And from a historical view they made a great job. They made it so cinematic and that's a good thing! Oh and the look of the game. Battlefield looks clean, the structure, the weapon, characters escpeccially in cutscenes.

For the first time I've actually spent much time in multiplayer with this game. I loved everything with it. This was a fresh start and a new point of view after Battlefield 4. One of the greater games in the Battlefield franchise or maybe even in this genre.


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