Battefield 1 The Runner Campaign Revealed, Server Renting Confirmed

Battlefield 1 is only a few days away from its official release. And for sure, fans can't wait to get hold of it. Since day one, EA has already teased the possibility of players enjoying the thrill of a single player campaign set in World War 1. Fortunately, a video has surfaced online, giving the community a glimpse of the said feature.

According to WCCFTech, a brand new Battlefield 1 footage has made its way online, featuring a 30-minute gameplay of a certain single player mission. The latter is called "The Runner." The video also gives preview of the other characters that players will meet along the way. It definitely worth checking.

Also last week, a Battlefield 1 short footage was posted. And like the aforementioned video, it also showcased the said single player mission. However, it didn't give any specifics unlike the new one -- which dug deeper into the details of the mission.

It's also interesting to note that a Battlefield 1 die-hard fan has shared a detailed list of all the game's sights, weapon attachments and other customizable items. The said list was deemed to have been acquired through data mining, thus anyone can expect it to be different during the official launching.

In related Battlefield 1 news, players can now rent their own servers. As reported by VG247, EA has revealed the so-called Rent-A-Server program for the forthcoming title. It's worth noting that such feature has already existed in Battlefield 3, but it only started on consoles. Later on, it was introduced to the PC platform.

Following the launch, Battlefield 1 players will be able to rent a certain server straight from the in-game store. And unlike in the past, if they want to host their own servers, they must turn to any third-parties authorized by the studio for leasing.

Moreover, Battlefield 1 players can fully customize their chosen server (i.e. name, game modes, map rotation and other gameplay features/settings). However, in terms of which options are restricted, EA didn't bother to go into specifics.

What are your thoughts on Battlefield 1? Are you excited to play the game? Will you renting your own server too? Be sure to share us your answers at the comment section below!

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