Verdun is the first multiplayer FPS set in a realistic World War One setting. The merciless trench warfare offers a unique battlefield experience, immersing you and your squad into intense battles of attack and defense.
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Release Date: Apr 28, 2015

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June 13

Verdun is coming to console!

Rumors are about to be confirmed…………....the first WW1 FPS game is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on August 30 2016!

We received a lot of requests for a console version for Verdun, therefore we started looking into this opportunity. Today we are proud to share the news with you, the first WW1 FPS is coming to console this summer!

And don’t worry, we have seen your questions as well on what is to come new for the PC version. We are looking into some opportunities here as well though can’t confirm anything yet. Hopefully more news will arrive the trenches soon…

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June 1

NEW: Spectator mode!!

We just released a spectator mode in-game. A feature that has been developed together with the community and that will be handy for the Official Community tournament.

With this mode you can follow players in first person view within a match. This by simply hitting the button ‘Spectate this match’.

You can also switch to a free camera view, as spectator this will give you a perfect vantage point to see the rush of battle.

and the aftermath...

Make sure to try it out and sign up for the Official Community tournament!

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“Generously stuffed with player-made emergent moments on the battlefield and an incredible sense of place, Verdun is not just a great take on one of history’s more marginalised wars, it also happens to be a resoundingly solid shooter in its own right too.”
9.0 – Gamewatchers - John-Paul Jones

“I became immersed in its careful pacing and focus on squad movement.”
Gamespot - Cameron Woolsey

“Verdun's given me an excellent understanding of what a mess World War I was. Verdun's Frontlines mode really is sort of ingenious—and I think this is definitely one worth checking out, especially if you're already interested in the subject matter.”
PCWorld - Hayden Dingman

About This Game

Verdun is the first multiplayer FPS set in a realistic First World War setting. The merciless trench warfare offers a unique battlefield experience, immersing you and your squad into intense battles of attack and defense.
The game takes place on the western front between 1914 and 1918, in one of the bloodiest conflicts in world history. The developers were inspired by the infamous Battle of Verdun in 1916. The game offers 4 distinct game-modes: Frontlines, Attrition, Rifle Deathmatch, and Squad Defense. There are also many historically accurate features such as realistic WW1 weaponry, authentic uniforms, horrendous gore, and maps based on the real battlefields of France and Belgium.

The Frontlines game mode is unique in its tactical complexity. The realistic trenches are challenging to fight in and require tactical cunning to capture and defend. The Entente and Central Powers strive to gain control of frontline sectors. In one battle you’ll find yourself rushing the enemy trenches during an offensive action in order to gain ground, while in another you might be defending your recently conquered ground against a fierce enemy counter-attack.

Players can choose to be part of one of the many squad types in the game, each of which have their own distinct tactical roles. By working together with your friends, you can earn experience that improves the power and versatility of your squad. As you gain more experience fighting and get promoted in rank, you also earn Career Points which you can use to unlock specializations, weapons and equipment.

In the Attrition game mode, the Entente and the Central Powers are pitted against each other in a single battle. Each side has a number of tickets which represents the amount of manpower they have. When a player is killed and respawns, a ticket is deducted from the side they belonged to. When a side has no more tickets, players of that side cannot respawn - the last side standing wins!

The Rifle Deathmatch is a free-for-all game mode, where all players are pitted against each other in a thrilling contest of skill using only bolt-action rifles.

In the Squad Defense mode, the player along with three squad-mates will have to defend a position as long as they can against endless waves of AI controlled attackers.

Verdun key features include:
Realistic World War 1 gameplay: Authentic weaponry with realistic bullet physics, skill based weapon handling, gore, poisonous gas with a claustrophobic gas mask experience, horrendous gore and artillery barrages
Tactical squad-based FPS: Unique squad leveling system, distinct squad types and roles, voice chat
True trench warfare: Real-time dynamic frontline with momentum-based attack and counter-attack gameplay
Authentic World War 1 setting: Typical WW1 music and style, historical battlefields set on the Western Front
Challenging game modes: Team-based Frontline, tactical Attrition, skill-based Rifle Deathmatch and desperate survival in Squad Defense

The gameplay is as immersive and gritty as it can get with elements such as realistic gore that portrays the true horror of the 1st World War Battlefield. This feature can naturally be disable if preferred. The authentic weapons need to be handled with skill, as they each feel differently and there are no floating crosshairs to aid your aim. Also, the realistic bullet physics require you to lead your shots when firing on a moving target at long range. In the event of a gas attack, you need to put on your gas mask, which impairs your view and gives you a very claustrophobic experience. And if getting shot or gassed isn’t enough, sudden artillery barrages that are called in by NCO’s can pin you down if you’re caught in the open and might obliterate your entire squad. This unforgiving war isn’t for the faint hearted!

Team play is what lies at the heart of Verdun. When you start a game, your first choice is to fight for either the Entente or the Central Powers. You can form one of the different squad types available to that side with up to three of your friends. Each squad has a specific tactic that is based on the historical units of that time. Depending on your squad’s type, players can choose a specific role within the squad, complete with historically accurate attire, weapons and special abilities. The more Co-op experience you and your squad mates earn together, the more powerful your squad will become and the better abilities will be unlocked. This progression is also shown visually as you and your squad get more advanced uniforms. You will also earn Career Points, which can be spent to unlock specializations, weapons and equipment.

The true WW1 battlefield experience has been captured in a real-time dynamic frontline, set in historically accurate locations of the Western Front. These frontline maps are comprised out of multiple sectors that can be captured by either side. Staying true to the typical attrition warfare of that time, both sides attack and counter-attack each other in turn, compelling you to defend each captured sector of trenches!

The development team has done extensive field research at Verdun and has been advised by knowledgeable historians to make sure Verdun is as historically accurate as it can get. Uniforms have been recreated to the tiniest details, the weapons are modeled to exact references and the maps use realistic World War 1 props and terrain layouts. Also, everything in the game has been tailored to recreate the grim atmosphere that is so typical of WW1; Gloomy clouded skies, an immersive interface combined with realistic sounds, accurate native voices that evoke the feeling of actually being there in the trenches, mud covered - trenches whilst peering over your rifle to spot the enemy.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 2.4Ghz or Higher / AMD 3Ghz or Higher
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce GTX 960M / Radeon HD 7750 or higher, 1GB video card memory
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 12 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Multiplayer only, make sure you have a stable and fast internet connection.
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2GB video card memory
    • OS: 10.8
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 2.4Ghz or Higher / AMD 3Ghz or Higher
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce GTX 960M / Radeon HD 7750 or higher, 1GB video card memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 12 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Multiplayer only, make sure you have a stable and fast internet connection.
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2GB video card memory
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 2.4Ghz or Higher / AMD 3Ghz or Higher
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce GTX 960M / Radeon HD 7750 or higher, 1GB video card memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 12 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Multiplayer only, make sure you have a stable and fast internet connection.
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2GB video card memory
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★Prince Vegeta™
( 4.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 30
First off i got this on sale a few days ago instead of fl price just incase it was not enjoyable. I then found out it would he worth the original price. After a complication of the game crashing once i set the video to high i managed to fix this and could play it properly. And i have got to say it is one of the greatest fps games i have played for a long time most fps games these days are modern or futuristic shooters and the odd ww2 shooter here and there its not often you come across first world war. Especially one based off a real event and real locations this is a are occurrence too. The trench fights close to distant combat make it very enjoyable for people who love close combat and combat from afar i will highly recommend this game to any ww1 fans and fps fans 9.5/10 i would give it 10 if i didn't have that complication of the game crashing if this did not happen i would have a few more hours packed into this already thanks for reading and i hope i have helped you make the right choice (buy it!)
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( 30.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 30
I feel like I'm battling for every inch in this game. Verdun is a great example of trench warfare.
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( 12.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
Great game 10/10
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( 15.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
First off, this is the first review i have ever done, now i have played games for a while, both good and bad. I got into the the world war genre for RO1 and played RO2, but this is so much enjoyable i personally think that this is better then both ROs and its add-ons, even thought this is WW1 era. Not only i was having actual fun, but my computer can handle easily, as well as having nice low ping. The maps here are from actual place and it described the history of it. Some of the weapons in this sounds like actual gun, believe me i fire a few firearm, but there is a couple that didnt sound like the gun in there respective caliber for example the the m1897 trench shotgun. The other complaint i have is the squad defence with the bot teleporting everywhere and not effected by any gas attacks. Other then those two, I love this game. I hope they will add some more content such as a possibly early tanks, and maybe just maybe some russians. Though i do wish use the cannons, but I understand about balance. My advice, buy it.
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( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
Product received for free
Great game!

only downside is that spawning is a little weird, and controls are really messed up. Other that those two the game is great.
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( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
No People In Asian Servers plus no SP like bots.
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Spike Spiegel
( 104.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
(Taken from an essay I wrote about multiplayer games as art)

Verdun is a multiplayer shooter set in World War One. There is no badassery or casual social play to be found here, in Verdun everybody dies in a single shot. It doesn’t matter if it is in the leg; if you are shot you are out, because in the real world even if you are shot somewhere that would not immediately kill you, chances are you would be in far too much pain to fight. The matches in Verdun are giant 32 player endeavors, where each team takes turns charging across No Man’s Land under artillery fire, machine gun rain, and focused snipers. The only voice chat is squad based in small groups of four, so your team is never fully coordinated.
What results is a brutal and slow paced depiction of the horrors of war. Players will lose limbs to explosives or powerful rifles and nearby noise is often drowned out by constant screaming from the wounded. If you leave the map area or retreat too early the game will kill you with a warning that you have been shot for cowardice. When you die you get to wait 30 seconds and then it is right back to the same place you’ve been spawning to rinse and repeat over and over until you’re called away from the front by the round ending. Every character model and animation is stiff and although they are well modeled they feel faceless; as if everybody has the same capacity to be mindlessly murdered. Every map in the game is either heavily sided towards one team or a constant stalemate, and though this may seem as a failure of map design it adds to the sense that the war is an unorganized mess of violence.
The entire game seems centered around a quote from Ernest Hemingway: “They wrote in the old days that it is sweet and fitting to die for one’s country. But in modern war there is nothing sweet nor fitting in your dying. You will die like a dog for no good reason.”

Unfortunetly all this does not nessisarily make for the funnest of gameplay; however as an example of video games portraying a theme through gameplay without the need of the story it is a wonderful example, and I did have a blast playing it for about 80 hours, though after that time I felt it was almost a chore.
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( 5.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
I'm a new player with only a couple hours experience so take that into consideration. As I gain more experience I will update this review. So far my impression of this game is rather mixed, more positive than negative but definitely not glowing.

Presentation wise it's pretty solid. Graphics are rather good for a smaller game, I have them cranked on a 970 and it runs at a smooth 60 fps so no complaints there. Audio is solid, gun sounds are good and artillery is appropriately booming, nice little audio flourishes like bullets plinking off metal are good touches. The maps are visually solid, though the color pallet is a bit more washed out than it needs to be - this isn't a vibrantly colorful game. Ones natural reaction might be to think that makes sense given the subject matter but in reality wars are fought in all environments, WW1 took place on as many bright sunny desserts, verdant green forests and blooming fields of wild flowers as it did on mud strewn wastelands. This is a minor gripe though, and not something really worth docking the game for.

There is visual jankyness though, I've died numerous times to enemies that appear to be facing sideways from me, or pointing their weapons in the dirt so where someone is looking is only vaugely indicated by their actual model. Also seen numerous instances of ally and enemy alike holding invisible guns.

I can't confirm this, I could be mistaken, but I suspect this is yet another one of those competitive shooters where you will want to play on low settings. I've been shot a few times while completely obscurred by brush, trees, barbed wire and rocks which has me thinking a lower graphics setting may remove a lot of the cover clutter. Again I have not tested this, but it seems likely.

So far my biggest knocks on the game are mechanical and gameplay oriented. I'm a fairly big history buff, so I'm well aware of what kind of warfare a WW1 set shooter would entail. I went into Verdun expecting to die freaquently and quickly and that does happen. Frequent deaths and a low life expectancy do not automatically mean a game can't be fun howerever, in fact a game can be a great deal of fun while still sporting that playstyle. Unfortunately there are some issues that make this substantially less enjoyable than it should be.

Firstly the player count per match is extremely low. I've had matches that were barely eight players per side (I believe the max is 16) which is just pitiful and seriously hampers the feeling of actually being in the War to End All Wars. It really seems like this is a setting that absolutely needs 64 player battles minimum to do itself justice, that or it needs to follow the Battlefront (original ones, not the halfassed new one) model of including bot soldiers to make the fight seem larger than it is.

The low player count really causes problems with the set up. The nature of this games setting means you are throwing yourselves into meat grinders intended to be fought by huge numbers of men, when you boil an "Up and Over" attack through no-mans land down to less than a dozen attacking players; what should be an epic assault just feels like fish in a barrel. You get destroyed (as expected) but since there's so few people on your side, you don't make any progress against an enemy that's half awake. Even when you do, the low player count sucks a lot of the epicness out of what should be a harrowing set piece. In some ways it ends up feeling much like any other shooter, just with clunky antique guns.

This is made worse by excessive re-spawn timers. Your first death can have you twiddling your thumbs for almost thirty seconds. That may not sound like much, but when you often die in a single hit and you are charging through a shooting gallery against artillery, machine guns, submachine guns, mortars and grenades.. well you may be in game for an hour and only actually play for 15 minutes. Matches become a somewhat frustrating routine of playing for 45 seconds to a minute before waiting to respawn. Often you won't accomplish anything during those minutes of life either, especially as a new player. You're often even lucky to have something even shoot at in that time. Frequent deaths from completely unseen opponents are common.

One thing you will notice very quickly is a complete lack of any reliable way to identify enemy players other than their uniforms/silouhettes. While that's an interesting touch of realism and can be learned, in practice it just feels extremely frustrating - particularly for new players. The game does not feature any kind of friendly fire, so you can just shoot at anything if you're not sure but that feels like a janky work around. At the very least it seems like enemies should have red names over their heads when within a certain range of you when you have your crosshair on them (that way it wouldn't affect using cover to hide at range). I've already died a number of times because some enemy solider was in a trench (often my own trench, often spawn camping) and there was no visible indication it wasn't a friend until I was already dead. This is especially problematic on maps with heavy shadows, another situation where I suspect playing the game on low settings is probably a substantial benefit. The low player count per team also plays in here as the mostly empty maps make it easy for experienced players to get into the others sides lines, with 32 players per side it would be substantially easier to maintain solid front lines and at least be able to expect enemies to come from the front.. instead of spawn camping behind you.

Another major issue, especially for new players, is there seems to be no descernable matchmaking in this game at all. My first matches were tossed in with a smattering of rank 1-5s, and many rank 50-90s. Players that clearly have dozens if not hundreds of hours and every map memorized were simply paired against players like myself that clearly just bought the game, the result was predictable. I'm not sure if the games playerbase is simply to small for proper matchmaking or if it was an oversight on the devs part but it makes the game substantially less enjoyable and much less new player friendly.

Verdun features an odd progession system, but I can't really comment on it yet as I don't have enough experience with it. I just dislike progression treadmills in general so I never like seeing them.

Do I reccomend this game? Honestly I want to say yes, it's such an incredibly under-repesented period in history and the game certainly seems to try doing the setting justice. low-magazine size, innacurate, slow reload weapons abound which can make for a refreshingly different pace of game compared to standard FPS. That said the new player experience so far has been rather unenjoyable and I suspect this is a game you are going to have to slog through before you reach the point you can really enjoy it. A rank/skill based matchmaking system would at the very least help tremendously but it seems non-existant.

I guess I cautiously reccomend this game so far. Just be aware of what you are getting into and expect frustration.

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Jami Tomlinson
( 7.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
> In a match with a squad of friends, let's call them A, B, and C
> Hiding out behind a haystack with B, popping shots off into the treeline and trenches
> A, C, and a couple other teammates are to the right of us
> B fires a shot close to my ear and it starts ringing
> Glance over to the right and watch a fellow teammate get headshotted and fall back into the ditch
> Look closer and his lower jaw is completely missing
> Turn around and start shooting again to provide supressive fire to advance
> A and C are pushing up the right side while B and I stay and supress
> Bullets whiz past our heads
> Duck into cover again in time to see a teammate to my right get shot in the gut
> He's rolling on the ground. screaming in agony with a bloody hole in his abdomen
> He stills after 15 seconds or so, dead
> Take a deep breath again and peek out to continue fighting
> Take down a couple of Germans up in a trench on the hill
> Last thing I see is the glint of a German helmet and a muzzle flash

19/14 would jump so hard in my chair that I'd bang my knees on my desk again
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[Soldat] Commodore John Muller
( 17.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
YOU GUYS! need to fix all of the bugs and crashes in your game there are alot of people that cant even start up the game like me to even play. I had this game for a bit and played alot but your one update destroyed my game and now I cant even play and I love the game and would play more but I cant and you guys till havent fixed it and and until you do fix it I am giving this game a not recommend till it is fixed. this game is a 4/10 for me becuase it is a cool game but you cant play it.
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1,370 of 1,434 people (96%) found this review helpful
927 people found this review funny
35.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 4
> Launch game
> Join French squad already in a game
> Meet this one guy, we'll call him Frenchybro
> Me and Frenchybro chill in our trench, killing men together
> We build a pretty cool relationship
> We keep switching firing positions (never fire in the same place twice)
> Shells and bullets flying over, hear some people screaming for their mothers
> We get the orders to go over the top and charge the enemy trench
> Me and Frenchybro hang along the edge of the battlefield while the enemy fire is focused on other people
> Start taking fire and dip into a crater
> We land on a dead horse, half buried, along with a fallen German, rifle and ammo clips lying around, along with a soup cup
> Me and Frenchybro half a few rounds land near us, we wait a little longer to peek over
> Planes and shells flying over, so many shells it's a wonder the planes weren't hit
> Bullets stop landing near us
> Hear dirt kick up next to us in the crater
> I turn to Frenchybro, and a grenade suddenly goes off right under his feet
> Leg instantly gone, he's on the ground squirming, and screaming
> I crouch down next to him, "It's okay, I'm gonna get you out of here."
> He stops squirming, Frenchybro now lies dead next to me
> Lay down with him for however long
> Peek over the edge of the crater and see Americans, other French, and some British charging towards the trench
> I leave Frenchybro in that crater, and charge into the enemy trench
> Kill a few last men for Frenchybro
> Torn apart by a machinegun and an NCO's Luger
> Charge fails
> Everyone dead for nothing, no land was gained
> Frenchybro died for nothing
War ♥♥♥♥ing sucks.
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239 of 254 people (94%) found this review helpful
27 people found this review funny
12.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
Basically a game for those who think Battlefield 1 loks pretty cool, but want a more authentic and horrifying look at how WW1 was TRULY fought.
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261 of 282 people (93%) found this review helpful
253 people found this review funny
82.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 6
it said I killed 4 people with a grenade but I couldn't find enough body parts to confirm all the kills
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152 of 158 people (96%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
125.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 8
Verdun has excellet gameplay and graphics and all that, but what I don't see people talking about a lot is how Verdun goes beyond the screen. The gore, for example, is not really meant to awe at. When you shoot someone and blow their arm off, or you shoot someone in the gut and have to listen to their screams for a minute or so, you actually kinda start to feel responsible. Seeing all the explosions, experiencing suppression, seeing the gore, and experiencing the dark and depressing atmosphere can really sort of open your eyes to what the war was. It's not like killing evil nazis or crazy zombies. It makes you realize that you're killing a living, breathing human being, and that's something that no game has ever made me feel. It can make you realize that people were actually doing and seeing all the same stuff in real life. Verdun is the most respectful and accurate portrayal of warfare that I've ever experienced.
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115 of 129 people (89%) found this review helpful
30 people found this review funny
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 6
Product received for free
You stand in a hole, created from what you can only guess is a bomb. next to you is a dead soldier, his body half buried in the mud. He is in such a bad state that you cant even tell from what army he is from. Suddenly you hear that you need to push up and attack the enemies trenches. Being a soldier you emerge and blindly follow the orders given by your squad commander who is 50 meters back safe and sound with his binoculars, calling in mortar fire and hardly in any danger at all.
After setting foot in the mud above the hole you get a second to look around. Dead comrades everywere, half of them are still alive screaming for their moms and others just screaming from the pure terror of looking at what used to be their leg. I doesnt take long for you to realize that you are al that is left from your wave. YOU somehow maneged to survive. you look behind yourself and see the faces of the new infantry wave starting to take their steps out of the trenches. You feel happy for a moment thinking "yes! reinforcments! now i might be able to get som help and take this trench". The happiness is soon shatterd as you notice heavy enemy gunfire from a machine gun and seeing the new wave of reinforcments being slaughterd and torn to shreds from the hail of bullets. After realizing help isnt comming you think "f*** it". And with your trusty rifle and bayonnete you charge the enemy trenche and somehow manege to jump down and enter it. Look to the right and then left. The right is clear but there is a german on the left and before you know it you pull the trigger. And the german fall to the ground, screaming, crying out. And at that moment you realize that you are no better than the people that are mowing down your friends. You pass the young german who has now gone silent but is still moving around in pure agony. Another one! Another german is less than five meters away! But it is to late. He is already aiming at you. And suddenly you start to fall. While you are falling you see anger in the soldiers eyes. Perhaps it was his friend you just killed. But it matters not, for you are starting to see red and darkness. You take your final breath and a small one at that. And then you die.

In short this game is kinda cool
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102 of 129 people (79%) found this review helpful
110 people found this review funny
24.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 5
Joined a Game. Got Gassed by a Green Cloud. Went Blind. Started shooting at Trees. Won the Match!

10/10 would get Gassed again!
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144 of 198 people (73%) found this review helpful
78 people found this review funny
32.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 16
Oh look, a WW1 game that includes the French with the game!

Better than BF 1.
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61 of 75 people (81%) found this review helpful
47 people found this review funny
35.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 18
- Launch The Game
- Takes Forever To Load
- Finally Join A Game
- Join As A Tommy
- NCO Orders Us To Go Over The Top
- Do As He Says
- Run Past Dead Bodies, And Men Crying For Their Mothers
- Jump Into A Trench, Nearly Getting My Head Blown Off By A Sniper's Bullet
- A German Tries To Rush Into My Trench
- I Beat Him To Death With My Gun
- Congratulate Myself For Hardwork
- Team mates Scream "MORTARS"
- I Panic And Try And Run Back Out Of Harms Way
- While Dodging Bullets I Reach Safety
- But I Am Wrong
- A Mortar Lands On Me And I Am Instantly Blown To Pieces
- Only Leaving A Leg Behind

10/10 IGN, Will Get P.T.S.D Again
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52 of 65 people (80%) found this review helpful
42 people found this review funny
69.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 16
I peaked my head out of the trench for a second and was immediatly killed, and a wave of immersion washed over me, 9/10, would immerse again
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133 of 203 people (66%) found this review helpful
184 people found this review funny
64.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
What is this!? This isn't ww1! Where are all the people sprinting about with automatic weapons and the hyper-speed tanks, and why are there so many trenches!? Also the need for actual tactics makes this far to boring! 0/10 would rather play Battlefield 1...
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