Gamingtrend - 95
Like a bayonet charge to the face, Battlefield 1 packs a serious punch, and it looks damn good while doing it. With a revamped, emotionally charged campaign, the single-player experience is, without a doubt, the franchise’s best. The multiplayer combines solid classics and unbeatable mechanics with new modes that fit the WWI setting brilliantly. Could this be the Battlefield to end all Battlefields? It just might.
IGN - 90 (Review in Progress)
"However, if I had to score Battlefield 1 now, after its 5-6 hour campaign and about 25 hours of multiplayer, I’d give it a 9.0."
Gamespot - 90
"Battlefield 1 is just an introduction to one of the deadliest world events in history, but it is an outstanding, feature-rich package in both its emotional stories and strong multiplayer."
Polygon - 90
Battlefield 1 succeeds far beyond expectations.
Time - 90
'Battlefield 1' Is One of the Year's Best Shooters.
Xbox Achievements - 90
A shooter that is as unique – in this day and age of futuristic shooters – as it is fun and addictive.
Game Revolution - 90
Battlefield 1 isn’t just a great addition to the series, it arrives as a thunderous explosion that will impact the military shooter space for many years to come.
GamesRadar - 80
Battlefield's tried and tested multiplayer feels wonderfully at home in the WW1 setting, and the solo campaign tells interesting - if historically lightweight - stories.
Forbes - 80
No one makes more beautiful shooters than DICE, but their gameplay still leaves something to be desired, despite what appeared to be a total refresh with the WWI setting.
EGM - 80
A World War I setting is novel indeed, but this installment in the franchise is fundamentally the Battlefield game we have played before—and returning players may fall into a familiar groove quicker than expected.
The Sixth Axis - 80
Operations mode is the standout addition to the multiplayer, bringing together the behemoths, the destruction, the hellish screams of people charging into the fight. I do wish that the single player had been able to push on and draw more from that excellent opening, but stepping back to the First World War helps to give Battlefield 1 a refreshing and invigorating veneer to the game, and it’s lost none of the series’ explosive gameplay in the process.