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DICE will reveal the next installment of the Battlefield series next Friday, May 6 at a "world premiere" event.

The game will be revealed to attendees of the event, before a global livestream shows off as-yet unspecified details at 1pm PT / 4pm ET / 9pm BST

Blir spennende å se hva de har drevet med. Håper for guds skyld at det ikke blir noe fremtidsgreier. 1939-1980 takk.

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håper virkelig ikke på noe fremtidsgreier heller.....

Men trut ikke dem tør å lage noe old school heller

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Det så mistenkelig ut som en amerikansk WW2-uniform på soldaten, ja! :o Gleder meg til i morgen!

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Blir spennende å se.

Typisk at de begynner med en ww2 setting og plutselig kommer Titan flyvende over :p

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Kanskje det blir noe WW2 men tyskerne har oppfunnet en kjempe robot elns? haehaheaehihaeih

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WW1?

Var noe med en forbindelse til Harlem Hellfighters(google it).

Klubba i bildet under er en Trench Mace brukt i WW1.

Release er 18. oktober.

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Mja... altså hvis man tok de første minuttene av gameplay fra BC2, så ville avsløringen vært krig i Japan eller Stillehavet under WW2.

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Er fornøyd :D

Det beste blir å slippe lock-on, som er det som suger mest med moderne krigføring. Nå blir det morro å fly igjen :)

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DICE has fleshed out melee combat, allowing players to “literally destroy” enemies with the handheld weapons in the game. Each will have positive and negative aspects as some are lighter while others are heavier – as noted yesterday. Obviously, lighter weapons won’t produce as much damage as their heavier brethren, but they will provide faster reaction time.

Vehicles in the game such as tanks and biplanes were still in their infancy during World War I, and DICE has taken this into consideration through multiplayer progression. During battle, forces used what they thought was best at the time. Unlike Battlefield 4 where tanks “all felt the same,” light and heavy tanks in Battlefield 1 have unique abilities and players will need to learn how to use each one to the best of its ability. This applies to all vehicles in the game, not just the tanks.

In the five minutes of extra gameplay those of us at home didn’t get to experience, changes to class roles in Battlefield 1 were touched upon. Players will now choose between Assault, Medic, Scout and Support. Players will notice the lack of an Engineer class and Assault and Medic have been split up into two separate classes.

Assault, for example, is the class with access to explosives, anti-tank mines and other weapons which will help them take down vehicles. Medics meanwhile, will be the class with exclusive access to health and revive skills. In other words, the Assault Medic class from Battlefield 4 is no longer an option.

Support acts similar to what players are used to at present. They have access to heavy machines guns to lay down suppressive fire. Scouts provide intel, scoping enemies out with sniper rifles

Those who played Battlefield 3 and 4 who felt there wasn’t enough destruction, or levolution if you will, should be pleased to know their feedback has been addressed. As you see in the trailer, the plane smashing into the windmill sends parts of the aircraft flying all over the place along side bricks. If you look at the two biplanes shooting it out in the sky above the battleship, pieces are breaking off as each plane is hit by the other.

As parts of a plane are blown off, it will affect handling. This adds another layer to destruction in the game, making it more personal for the player causing the damage.

In the video, the section where the player puts his gasmask is really interesting. A freeze frame shows what appears to be the view seen once one is donned. Notice the restricted field of view. It will hard to see if an enemy is heading straight for the player. Imagine how frightening that was for troops in World War I.

Yesterday, DICE said players can decide which tactic to use when confronted with chemical warfare. They can put on their mask and charge through the gas, or choose to go around it via and alternate path. The latter sound like the ideal route, but that may not always be the case.

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Hmm, hoppet av BF karusellen etter BC2 men dette ser jo unektelig gøy ut.....

Krysser fingrer og tær for at dette blir samlende og ikke en masse matcmaking tull.

Blir det dedikerte servere inhouse eller er det en saga blott for alle mp spill nå til dags?

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