More than a few "Battlefield 1" players are likely already familiar with the next map, Sinai Desert, as this is the one that was featured in the recent beta. This will be available to all players - you won't need the Battlefield Premium Pass to access this content. Some of the more interesting statistics include almost 24 million "road kills" and over 62 million kills by players on horseback. The most popular class during the beta was Assault, followed closely by Scout.
"Battlefield 1's" collection of maps continues to grow, though the latest addition will be a different from the others. This deal is valid for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (via Origin) editions of Battlefield 4. Before the arrival of its important new military shooter set during World War I, publisher EA has chose to make a gesture to the players of Battlefield 4.
EA notes that adjustments will hit the game before final release based on all the data that came out of the beta.
It wouldn't be Battlefield without vehicles, and players dished out some serious carnage with them over the course of the beta.
Battlefield 1 is out on October 21st for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
He also noted that the deadly Light Tank, for example, "performed a little too well", indicating that a nerf could be in the works before the game's full release.
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