EA and DICE have surely build the "Battlefield 1" hype, as fans continue to anticipate for the upcoming game. Although the it is slated to be released in a few months or so, the studios remain mum about its features and whatnots. However, with the recent leaked images, it seems the title has some exciting stuff to offer.
According to WCCFTech, images of "Battlefield 1" found their way on the internet, seemingly suggesting the possible features the game will offer. There were a total of three screenshots, directly taken from the game itself. All of them showcased what seems to be an epic way of experiencing World War 1.
The leaked "Battlefield 1" images featured a number of massive ships and fighter planes, all hailing from The Great War era. Apart from that, a forest area where a group of soldiers standing still can be seen as well.
There is no doubt that the "Battlefield 1" engine called Frostbite 3 is doing a remarkable job. It helped create magnificent graphics for the game, at least for the time being. For sure, this will give fans a fan way to experience the WW1 experience.
Daily Star, on the other hand, notes that "Battlefield 1" gamers will not have any issue shooting at any target they want. It was DICE's Lead Level Designer Dan Berlin who revealed the information, stating that "nothing is indestructible" in the upcoming title.
In related news, the "Battlefield 1" Open Beta is close to becoming a reality. It is said to happen right after Gamescom, an event that will take place next month (August 17 to August 21). For players registered with Battlefield Insider, they will gain access to the Open Beta exactly three days earlier.
"Battlefield 1" has a relative release window with Activition's "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." Hence the two titles will battle it all out as soon as they are released.