- In Battlefield 1, destruction is more intuitive, more natural and allows you to impact the world around you. Carve a path through walls and buildings and take down your enemies in creative ways.
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In Battlefield 1, you can at times deploy as an Elite Class, one of three destructive forces that – if played well – can change the course of the battle:
The Flame Trooper is wrapped in fire-resistance gear, wears a gas mask, and carried a powerful flamethrower, bringing with him chaos! Stay far away if you can, but if you find yourself eye-to-eye with the Flame Trooper, you’d best muster your courage, fix your bayonet, and charge in to battle before he notices you. One wrong move and you’re likely to spend your last moments seeing red.
The Sentry moves like a human tank. With a water-cooled automatic machine gun at his hip and strapped in plated armor, the Sentry can shower enemy positions with lead while still being able to withstand a lot of damage. His main weakness is his greatest strength – in order to keep up his defense, he eschews the use of a gas mask in favor of additional armor plating and also moves slower on the battlefield.
The Tank Hunter has mastered the use of the 1918 Tankgewehr, an absolute beast of a weapon. Standing almost as tall as a man, the Tankgewehr is capable of damaging enemy vehicles over great distances. With a well-placed shot, the Tank Hunter can focus fire on particular parts of the enemy vehicles, taking out the tracks, machine guns, or cannons on armored vehicles