Despite being beloved by many, the identity of Battlefield’s magnum opus continues to be hotly debated among the franchise faithful. For a great portion of the audience, it never got any better than 1942 (or even the 1943 sort of remake / sequel). Then of course there’s Battlefield 2, the PC stalwart that gave a glimpse into what the series could achieve with scale and balance.
So with a dose of cautious optimism we find ourselves faced with Battlefield 1; a World War 1 FPS making its proper debut during EA’s E3 2016 press conference. We've divided our thoughts between the single player and multiplayer modes, and with E3 2016 creeping up on us all, it’s the perfect opportunity to throw down our expectations and lock down what we’d like to see.