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(2016 Video Game)

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Sex & Nudity

  • Many multiplayer maps have statues of topless/nude women around the map

Violence & Gore

  • The game could be considered as an anti-war game because it shows the horrors of war and it casts violence in a negative light.
  • This is a shoothing/war game. the game obviously contains violence. However, the game encourages a more tactical approach and the point of the game is to capture flags/operation points. In most battles it is good to kill your enemies from a distance to avoid trouble.
  • The game's goal is not to kill all enemies but to capture and hold objectives.
  • Much less blood than "Battlefield V." Small blood sprays when someone is hit, headshot with shotguns or snipers will show a bigger blood spurt going up. When you kill players usually no blood will be seen on any surfaces, but if you're on a flat surface you can see blood pools form, they're small but noticeable. Small blood stains can be seen when someone is shot against a wall. This occurs very rarely but it happens.
  • Blood does not pool around dead bodies such as other entries in the Battlefield series. Least violent Battlefield in recent history though it does maintain a very gritty feel.
  • There are various possibilities to blow up vehicles

Profanity

  • Multiple uses of the D Word and S word.
  • Fuck is used a couple of times during the tank portion of the game.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The game has a very depressive tone compared to BF4. Mature 14+
  • If Battlefield 1 (2016) was a movie, the game would be Rated R for strong graphic war violence throughout, and for some language.
  • During gameplay, characters will panic when things go wrong for them (squad died, lost an objective, etc.). Their voice lines in these situations are extremely uncomfortable to listen to.

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