Battlefield 1 Gameplay Review GTX 750

Are you ready to traverse the deadly waters of the Sworbe Peninsula in Albion in Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar.

Based upon the 1917 conflict “Operation Albion” where German forces begin the offensive to try and claim key ground against the Russians, via the Sworbe Peninsula of Ă–sel Island. However with only landing craft, torpedo boats and a battleship the only means of entry to the series of islands, the odds currently are not in their favor.

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PC Specs:
Intel Core i5-3470 3.2 GHz 6MB cache
Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 2gb 128bit
8GB DDR3 1333 RAM
Intel Corporation DH61BF
931GB Western Digital
430w PSU
Windows 10

Let's have a discussion about the game

The single-player is only really even authentic as far as looks and guns go. The actual campaign is totally unrealistic besides the first Harlem Hellfighters level that has you swapping soldier to soldier as you die.

That retarded moment when they send the infantry BEFORE the tanks comes to mind. Oh yes and the fact that the plate armor actually stops bullets, which it historically didn't. At most it stopped pistol rounds and shrapnel. The rifles that bounce off you in the game realistically would have turned you to minced meat.

Battlefield 1 Gameplay Review GTX 750 Battlefield 1 Gameplay Review GTX 750 Reviewed by Old Tech Gaming on Saturday, November 12, 2016 Rating: 5

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