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Battlefield 1's campaign sure looks shiny

Battlefield 1 has a campaign...I guess. I've never been one to associate the Battlefield series with single-player, even with Bad Company being eight years old. To me, the series has excelled at multiplayer; the basic concept is just so rife with possibilities for online combat. The player count has also been a big plus. EA and DICE are determined to make gamers embrace a campaign mode in Battlefield and have released a video of pure gameplay footage.
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