Durch die Bank hat jedes Battlefield gute Bewertungen erhalten. Egal, ob Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4 oder Battlefield Hardline. Die Wertungen für die AAA-Shooter waren immer hoch. Battlefield 1 scheint hier nicht anders zu sein und erzielt bei der internationalen Fachpresse Best-Wertungen. Ob diese Urteile wirklich gerechtfertigt sind und was am Ende die Community zu dem neuen WWI Battlefield sagt, dürfte aber viel interessanter sein.
Sicherlich hat DICE das Rad nicht neu erfunden. Durch neue Mechaniken und Änderungen an den Spielmodi, den Battlepacks und Vielem mehr hat DICE einen wirklich potenten Shooter entwickelt, der zum Einen zurecht den Namen Battlefield trägt und zum Anderen auch viel Spaß macht und Abwechslung zum Modern Warfare bringt. Letzten Endes handelt es sich bei vielen der Features um Solche, die zur Langzeitmotivation beitragen.
Eine Kritik muss sich DICE unseres Erachtens aber gefallen lassen. Battlefield 1 ist sehr schnell und wir hätten uns dem Ersten Weltkrieg entsprechend einen etwas langsameren Shooter gewünscht. Was die Fachpresse zu Battlefield 1 sagt, erfahrt ihr nachfolgend.
AusGamers – Joaby – 9.4 / 10.0
The fact of the matter is that DICE has created one of the flat-out best multiplayer games in years. And with 60hz servers from the get-go and no noticeable issues with hit detection, it has clearly learned from Battlefield 4’s launch.
EGM – Nick Plessas – 8 / 10.0
Battlefield 1 does a service to the series’ core fanbase with a unique, yet strangely familiar take on World War I.
Forbes – Paul Tassi – 8 / 10.0
No one makes more beautiful shooters than DICE, but their gameplay still leaves something to be desired, despite what appeared to be a total refresh with the WWI setting. Fans of the series may look past these faults or even embrace them, but some of them are hard to get past, and can define the entire experience.
Gadgets 360 – Rishi Alwani – 9 / 10
All said and done, Battlefield 1 is slick, fresh entry in a franchise that helped pioneer the first-person military shooter genre. World War I has been thought of as the dawn of modern warfare and Battlefield 1 sets the standard of what to expect.
Game Revolution – Peter Paras – 4.5 / 5 stars
Battlefield 1 isn’t just a great addition to the series, it arrives as a thunderous explosion that will impact the military shooter space for many years to come. A memorable single player campaign in an FPS is a rarity, and it delivers that without compromise. Operations is an instant classic for multiplayer lovers, while the other modes will keep you invested, supported by fantastic gameplay. Visually breathtaking and fun to play, DICE has delivered an instant classic that has raised the bar.
GameSpot – Miguel Concepcion – 9 / 10
EA’s shooter franchise goes back in time to the end of the imperial age with spectacular results in both its single and multiplayer experiences.
GamesRadar+ – David Roberts – 4 / 5 stars
Battlefield’s tried and tested multiplayer feels wonderfully at home in the WW1 setting, and the solo campaign tells interesting – if historically lightweight – stories.
GamingTrend – Mike Pearce – 95 / 100
Like a bayonet charge to the face, Battlefield 1 packs a serious punch, and it looks damn good while doing it. With a revamped, emotionally charged campaign, the single-player experience is, without a doubt, the franchise’s best. The multiplayer combines solid classics and unbeatable mechanics with new modes that fit the WWI setting brilliantly. Could this be the Battlefield to end all Battlefields? It just might.
God is a Geek – Chris White – No Verdict
I have been so pleased with Battlefield 1. This game takes full advantage of the current gen and provides one of the most amazing experiences I’ve ever had,
Hardcore Gamer – Kevin Dunsmore – 4 / 5.0
Putting to rest any qualms about the World War I setting, Battlefield 1 is a true Battlefield game with everything you’ve come expect from the franchise.
Metro GameCentral – Unknown – 8 / 10
The First Word War setting feels a little less daring than you might’ve hoped, but as a complete first person shooter package this is one of the best of the generation so far.
NZGamer – Ben Wilson – 8.4 / 10.0
While the campaign’s experimental short stories may just be the most interesting thing about Battlefield 1, this is not a niche experience to accurately portray the history its borrowing. This is a Battlefield game, and that means World War One in the Battlefield style, with all the compromises therein.
Polygon – Arthur Gies – 9 / 10.0
Battlefield 1 succeeds far beyond expectations
Telegraph – Kirk McKeand – 4 / 5 stars
Usually I would not recommend a Battlefield game on the strength of its single-player, but Battlefield 1’s War Stories have toppled this tradition like a well-placed mortar to a windmill.
TheSixthAxis – Stefan L – 8 / 10
Operations mode is the standout addition to the multiplayer, bringing together the behemoths, the destruction, the hellish screams of people charging into the fight. I do wish that the single player had been able to push on and draw more from that excellent opening, but stepping back to the First World War helps to give Battlefield 1 a refreshing and invigorating veneer to the game, and it’s lost none of the series’ explosive gameplay in the process.
ThisGenGaming – Josh Perrins – 9 / 10.0
Ultimately, Battlefield 1 goes back to move forward and it’s a delight to experience. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a video game that dares to throw you into the horrors of a Great War and yet Battlefield 1 feels modern, something one might assume to be oxymoronic considering the setting of 1914-1918. Whilst other FPS games this year and in previous years have switched to jet-packing and wall-running, Battlefield 1 feels like its reinvigorated a genre that I had grown tired of in recent years. By making this risky decision, DICE and EA actually have proven you don’t need to go futuristic in-order to reinvigorate a genre. In fact, DOOM as well as Battlefield 1 this year prove to me that sometimes reverting back to the basics can be one of the most refreshing experiences possible.
USgamer – Kat Bailey – No Verdict
In general, I think there’s a lot to like about Battlefield 1. It retains the best parts of the series—the vehicles, the scope, the weightiness of the action—while shaking things up just enough to be interesting. Whenever I start to grouse about it being too modern, I see a horse gallop past or a biplane fly overhead and I smile. This is Battlefield as it should be: a chance to dive into a series of historical battles and have fun.
Xbox Achievements – Dan Webb – 90%
DICE should be praised for taking the risky move and turning back the clock with Battlefield 1, both in terms of the era and the direction for the franchise. Very often these moves can cripple a series, but thankfully for us – and DICE – it’s a move that has revitalised the franchise.
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