The Battlefield 1 website has been updated in the wake of the EA Play event with a look at four of its maps. Europe and the Western Front are the host for all four revealed so far, ranging from France to Italy.
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Amiens takes us to the French city of the same name, locked in the middle of the German spring offensive. Crumbling alleys, a courthouse, bridges and railways will make up the key fighting zones of the majestic city. The image shows off a train, which we know is a new class of ‘behemoth’ vehicle which can be manned and controlled by players.
The St. Quentin Scar is the most quintessential WW1 map, featuring norther France torn apart by trench warfare. As part of the Kaiser’s battle, German forces will need to break through the British lines and attempt to assault Travecy, a village so far untouched by the war.
Monte Grappa takes soldiers to the peaks of the Venetian Alps, where zeppelins and bi-planes rule the skies and the Italians face off the Austro Hungarian Empire on the ground. The mountain forts must be seized by troops in order to use the massive fort cannons, which can help stop advancing enemies scaling the mountain.
Empire’s Edge sees a fortified shoreline come under siege. A Mediterranean village is pounded by artillery from dreadnought battleships, suggesting that we’ll see a big combination of land and sea forces in this map.
More map reveals are due to arrive between now and Battlefield 1’s release, so keep an eye on our huge Battlefield 1 setting, gameplay, classes, and everything else feature for future updates.