Stunning Battlefield 1 4K Screenshots Showcase Forest Location And More

Francesco De Meo
Posted Oct 13, 2016
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Yesterday, the Battlefield 1 EA and Origin Access Trail has been made available on PC and Xbox One earlier than scheduled, allowing subscribers to have a taste of the game before its release in a few days. Some other lucky players had the chance to try out the game even before yesterday, thanks to a special event held by EA, and some stunning new screenshots of the build shown off by the publisher have emerged online a few hours ago.

The new Battlefield 1 4K screenshots have been taken by reddit user Berdu during the already mentioned event, and showcase some of the game’s locations, such as a forest that is found in one of the single player campaign missions and more. Needless to say, they truly look stunning.

Yesterday plenty of new Battlefield 1 footage emerged online, showcasing some of the game’s features such as the Amiens multiplayer map played in the brand new Operations mode, which allows players to participate in inter-connected battles accross multiple maps, and the Dreadnought. Plenty of other footage taken from the single player campaign also emerged online in the past few days.

Earlier this week, we also reported how the PC version of Battlefield 1 will come with uncapped FPS alongside other features that players expected such as dedicated servers, multi-monitor setup support, and plenty of customization options.

Battlefield 1 launches this month on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions. We will keep you updated on DICE’s upcoming shooter as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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