[REVIEW] Battlefield 1

Por Jonathan Bordon @stdio.h
28 de octubre, 2016

Luego del Battlefield 4, el cual al día de la fecha es un FPS robusto tiempo, con excelente contenido post-lanzamiento -y principalmente post fixes, el juego fue un desastre los primeros 8 meses-, realmente no necesitaba un nuevo juego de la franquicia (hagamos de cuenta que Battlefield Hardline no existió) y ademas usando un hecho histórico tan poco abordado como la Primera Guerra Mundial. Con esto en mente, fui sorprendido gratamente por lo que ya desde un principio puedo decir la mejor campaña de todo Battlefield al dia de la fecha y un modo multiplayer robusto desde el dia uno.

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Al primer contacto con la campaña singleplayer, DICE trata de que uno sienta el horror de la guerra. Lo logra como pocos juegos lo ha hecho (puedo citar como ejemplo a Spec Ops: The Line). Lo que sigue es una serie de Historias de Guerra, cinco para ser precisos, que cuenta con diferentes protagonistas que son soldados en diversas partes del mundo luchan sus propias batallas. Estos son presentados rapidamente dentro del juego y son “desechados” cuando se pasa a otro evento. A nivel guion, no son cosas complicadas, se podria decri que las tramas de cada uno son bastante predecibles. Quizas sonara como algo malo pero en comparacion con lo que se venia haciendo en la franquicia (te hablo a vos, campaña de Battlefield 4)

 

Selecting the single-player campaign will open up five “War Stories” to be completed in any order. These hour-long episodes put players into the shoes of different soldiers stationed in various parts of the world, each fighting their own unique battle. Characters are quickly introduced, and are just as swiftly disposed of, but still serve their purpose well. I wouldn’t say I grew emotionally attached to any of them, but they are all entertaining, and the light-hearted humor is welcome amidst the devastating war being waged. The plotlines of these stories are unfortunately pretty predictable and don’t do much for the overall experience. Though I must say that they are an improvement over anything else that Battlefield has done before, so there’s that. Do note that some cutscenes are unskippable, as discovered on my second playthrough, though this is likely due to loading occurring in the background.
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The hype that has surrounded Battlefield 1 for the past few months has been something the franchise hasn’t experienced since the early days. At a time when the gaming community has been pleading for the return of a WWII shooter, EA DICE went and did one better by doubling back to WWI, and it’s fantastic. Battlefield 1 is a beautiful tragedy that perfectly highlights the savagery of The War to End All Wars. It brings to light one of the world’s darkest times by adequately portraying the global conflict shrouded in pure chaos.

I’m sure that most of the series’ long-time fans will be more keen on immediately jumping into the game’s robust multiplayer, but I found myself more surprised with developer DICE’s newest single-player campaign. Granted, the word campaign is a bit of a misnomer here; rather than following the tireless efforts of a single, nearly invincible protagonist, Battlefield 1 splits its single-player story across an anthology of stories, which follow a handful of unrelated men and women as they wage war across the various theaters that make up World War One.
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Battlefield 1 es un movimiento arriesgado por DICE, que funciona: Exclente campania, se siente el horror de lo que fue la Primera Guerra Mundial
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Developer: DICE
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Score
90
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