Battlefield 1 Weapons | 2016

Battlefield 1 Weapons 


The ultimate close-quarters weapon. Slower to fire than an SMG, but packs a devastating punch and a wide spread to tear opponents to shreds in the trenches.

Remington Model 10

The Model 10 is a pump-action shotgun utilized by the United States Army in WW1. Used for trench raids and other close-combat encounters, the brutality of this weapon reportedly caused the German Empire to protest its use in warfare, calling for a ban that was no heeded. The Model 10 was specifically designed for combat, with a shorter barrel length and a bayonet mount.

Browning Auto 5

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The Browning Auto 5 semi-automatic shotgun entered service in 1905 and was primarily used by the Americans in WW1. The Shotgun features a long-barrel, presumably for a tighter spread, and contains 5 shells. Seen in gameplay, the pump-action slows the firing somewhat, although the weapon clearly is devastating in close-quarters. We’re going to guess one or two solid shots will down most opponents without armor, and the spread means you won’t need to be entirely accurate.

M1871 Shotgun

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The Winchester Model 1871 Shotgun can be glimpsed in the first reveal trailer. Similar to the Browning Auto 5, the Winchester was widely used by American forces, especially for close-combat trench raids. Expect to see this weapon used to defend against Bayonet charges, or when fighting in urban areas or inside buildings — anywhere you’ll have an advantage against anyone foolish enough to get too close.