BF1: “Out with the New, in with the Old”
The current titles in the first person shooter genre are aiming fervently to entertain gamers with an immersive experience that’s usually centered around the theme science-fiction. Electronic arts and Dice, however, have come to the table with a different theme: The first world war. With the latest installment in the Aimjunkies Battlefield 1 cheats series, fps fanatics have put aside their virtual arsenal of tech weapons and plasma grenades and have now taken on the use of much more antiquated technology
A Step Back in Time
Our Battlefield 1 hacks or, “BF1 cheats” for short, has taken an ambitious step back through time to give the player a look into the war-torn trenches of Europe and the blood-soaked dunes Arabia. The instant you start up the game for the first time you’re thrown face-first into an incredible demonstration of what the game is all about. From fending off waves of German shock-troopers to tearing through enemy lines in one of the world’s first seen allied-tanks, the game offers everything to be desired for a shooter of this kind, as well as what to expect from the single-player campaign.
Multiplayer Gaming Cheats
The multiplayer has all of the aforementioned features bundled into the classic game-modes any seasoned Battlefield 1 aimbot player is all too familiar with. For those who are new to the franchise, the game modes included are Conquest: where the objective is to capture and hold as many sectors as you and your team can; and Rush: An attack and defense type game in which the goal is to sequentially destroy two objectives at a time until the game is won. Team death match and other variations of conquest are also included.
Maps With Stunning Visuals
With the vast maps spanning virtual miles and allowing up to 64 players in a single match one is encouraged to always think on their feet and be aware of their surroundings.
The combined visuals, sound, and smooth mechanics of Battlefield 1’s Frostbite engine with BF1 hacks makes it unmatched by others before it.
So, if you’re looking for a new and different first person shooter, feel free to lay your pulse rifle down for a bit and try out the tools of destruction used in the dawn of the 20th century.