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Here's how Battlefield 1 aims to make melee weapons matter again

Modern warfare doesn't involve much close-quarters or melee fighting, but back in the era that Battlefield 1 is portraying, clubs, knives, bayonets, shovels, pickaxes, and more were all fair game
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