A brand new video releases online showcasing the gun gameplay for all four character classes in DICE’s and Electronic Arts’ World War I shooter Battlefield 1.

Although the Reddit user known as Lobix300 recently data mined Battlefield 1‘s closed alpha test on PC, and wound up prematurely revealing loads of information for what the developer DICE and publisher Electronic Arts plan on eventually including in the final version of the game, such as its weapons, maps, game modes, and more, some fans still may be craving a more in-depth look at some of the title’s assets. Should that be the case, those gamers would do well to check out Arekkz Gaming’s latest clip featuring the World War I shooter’s gun gameplay for each of the title’s four classes.

As seen in the video for Battlefield 1 below, Arekkz Gaming’s experience of the title’s gameplay was recorded during his hands-on preview during E3 2016 at Electronic Arts’ booth, and it covers the first-person shooter’s Domination mode. For those interested, the footage offers fans the chance to not only get a look at the game’s Assault, Medic, Support, and Scout loadouts, but it also allows them the ability to experience the title’s authentic use of the British phonetic alphabet callouts which direct players toward such objectives as apples and butter.

While there isn’t much to be found in the way of actual combat engagement in Arekkz Gaming’s Battlefield 1 video, he does a great job at giving fans a solid idea of what it will be like to look down the weapons’ sights, how they will react upon firing, as well as the reload speed players have for each gun. Not to mention, the clip introduces each firearm with its corresponding loadout screen for gamers to get a gander at its stats such as damage, accuracy, rate of fire, ammunition capacity, and much more.

Of course, this isn’t the first instance of Battlefield 1 footage to hit the Web. As a matter of fact, several weeks ago, Electronic Arts actually posted an in-depth look at the title’s multiplayer gameplay in order to show off the shooter’s massive environments capable of handling 64 players in total during a single match in its online component.


Taking all of this into consideration, Battlefield 1 fans are without a doubt eagerly anticipating the day when they will have their chance to play the title for themselves. Thankfully, DICE and Electronic Arts recently teased that news regarding the game’s open beta is coming soon, which should provide fans with a concrete date as to when they can take part. In the meantime, though, those looking for more information on Battlefield 1 would do well to check out our own hands-on preview of the title from E3 2016.

What did you think about Arekkz Gaming’s rundown of Battlefield 1‘s firearms and loadouts? Were you excited at the weapons included, did it leave you wanting more, or were you just flat out disappointed? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Battlefield 1 is set to release on October 21, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Arekkz Gaming – YouTube (via VG 24/7)