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Battlefield 1's Opening Actually Says Something About WW1's Pointless Carnage

I didn’t know how Battlefield 1 was going to approach the Great War, which was historically not great at all. I was worried they’d treat it like a fun game. But “Storm of Steel” doesn’t shy away from the war’s brutality. Read more.....
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