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Battlefield 1 on Xbox One review: a franchise reborn through the crucible of WWI

Battlefield is back - this time bigger, bloodier and more brutal than ever. Since its initial reveal earlier this year, the anticipation for Battlefield 1 has emerged to be one of the most remarkable aspects of its launch. With many of today's leading franchises still pursuing concepts set in the near future, the spotlight has shifted over to Electronic Arts and the new backdrop for its flagship shooter franchise.
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