'Battlefield 1' Latest News, Release Date & Update: Dynamic Weather Feature in Multiplayer Maps Intensifies Challenge, Makes Game Even More Exciting
EA DICE's "Battlefield 1" is finally arriving in October, and it seems fans can't seem to get enough of the upcoming first-person shooter video game that promises a load of new features that makes the game even more exciting. Here's what we know so far about the new dynamic weather feature.
The dynamic weather feature in multiplayer maps the upcoming "Battlefield 1" is there not just to add a new layer of difficulty to the already challenging game, but because it makes the game even more exciting. In fact, VG247 reports that the dynamic weather feature was created to change how gamers play each map because the weather is definitely something out of the player's control.
Fogs and rain will cause low visibility and force "Battlefield 1" players to tread more carefully, lest they find themselves in the enemy's path. Rain can cause players to fly closer to the ground, again because of low visibility. It's a tricky feature, but one that definitely intensifies challenge.
Meanwhile, a new post by Inge Joran Holberg on Battlefield.com reads that the Sinai Desert, which was earlier reported to have sandstorms (again with the dynamic weather feature), promises gamers a "diverse gameplay experience" that showcases the elements of World War 1. From missions in contested cities to bomber planes and a ton of on-ground combat, "Battlefield 1" is sure to bring on the action.
The post also hints that players can also take to the skies to capture a flag, as long as he or she is skilled at flying inside the capture zone without being detected. In terms of the dynamic weather feature, "Battlefield 1" promises sandstorms in Sinai Desert, as well as strong winds that will definitely pose as a challenge for those who are airborne.
"Battlefield 1" charges into PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this October 21.
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