Battlefield 1
"Battlefield 1" will come to the PS4, Xbox One and PC on Oct. 21. DICE

While fans are still reeling from the reveal of “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare,” it closest contender title has been unveiled. DICE’s “Battlefield 1” is the official title for tis 2016 game, and it delivers what potentially fans of COD have been clamouring for: back to World War 1.

All of the action is expected to land come Oct. 21. "Battlefield 1" will be launched on the PS4, Xbox One and PC, the developer announced via the official website.

DICE had been low-key during the past few months despite previous leaks about the next “Battlefield” game. And it seems like this was a pretty good strategy, as the developer had been looking at what can be improved in the past games.

Among the areas that the developer has looked to improve upon is the lacking department of its multiplayer and open-world aspects. According to GameSpot, “Battlefield 1” will now feature a more open-world sandbox experience.

What’s even better is that, as what is hinted by the images revealed, “Battlefield 1” will showcase different types of people. This also opens up the avenue of more ways to approach the game.

DICE is expected to give more details about “Battlefield 1” follow the reveal. Fans can settle for a few new details about the weapons and vehicles in the video below, obtained by DualShockers. This is from known YouTuber jackfrags, who has managed to attend an event featuring “Battlefield 1.”

Fans who are interested in getting the title on the PC can take advantage of the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition, currently available for Origin. In the Origin website, this edition is up for preorder for US$99.90. On top of the seven-day early access to a free map drop as a preorder bonus and the Hellfighter Pack, it has quite a number of additional freebies over the Standard Edition.

There’s the Early Access of three days before the launch date, the Red Baron Pack and the Lawrence of Arabia Pack, which are themed packs featuring weapons and other items and five times more battlepacks.

All the details of "Battlefield 1" (Credit: YouTube/jackfrags)