By David-Aghadiuno Published 07/05/2016 07:25:00 | Views: 4007
BATTLEFIELD 1 designers say "nothing is indestructible" in the game, as they plan to let gamers turn environments into "Swiss cheese" on PS4 and Xbox One.

Battlefield 1 can be totally obliterated if you want to use your weapons to destroy everything in the game.

Dan Berlin, Lead Level Designer at DICE, says nothing is indestructible in this year's big war game.

And that means gamers can literally shoot anything they want to bits in the WW1 fighter that has wowed fans with its opening trailers.

The game will be going up against rival Call of Duty: Infinate Warfare this winter.

But the team at DICE reckon they've got the edge over that run and gun game because the title is built to be blown apart.

Dan said: "Pretty much, what you see is what you get this time around.

"That has been the mantra: if I shoot at it, and I expect it to break, we want it to break.

"We’re really pushing the amount of destruction, in terms of how creative you can be in destruction.

"You can, pretty much, enter a building, and if you don’t want anyone to follow you upstairs, for example, you can throw an explosive on the staircase, and blow it up.

"So [you’re actually] able to take structures piece by piece, as well as bringing them down completely."

And that's not all.

Whole terrains will change as multiplayer battles rip apart land mass with huge explosions.

He added to Playstationlifestyle: "[There is also] ground destruction much more than before, in terms of craters. [They] play a much bigger role this time around.

"You can have a field that is completely flat and open, and then as the game progresses, explosions go off, the whole thing turns into kind of Swiss cheese, and you can use the craters to move forward.

"Same mentality here, if you expect an explosion to cause a crater, it’s going to cause a crater. What you see is what you get – it’s what we’ve been pushing for the whole time.

Battlefield 1 launches October 21 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

By David-Aghadiuno 07/05/2016 07:25:00

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