Get your introduction on Battlefield 1’s classes

EA and DICE have updated the official Battlefield website to give fans and players a run-down on the classes in the upcoming Battlefield 1.

Players will have the option to choose from Assault, Support, Medic, Scout, Pilot or Tanker. The Assault class excels at close-quarters combat and destroying vehicles. Support helps teammates by providing nearly limitless ammo and taking out enemies at long range.

The Medic heals their teammates as expected, but in Battlefield 1 they also repair vehicles and hold off enemies from mid-range. The Scout is the sniper class and can assist teammates by providing recon and surveillance on the enemies. Finally, the Pilot and Tanker classes replace the standard classes and players will use the vehicle as their primary weapon, rather the playing a Scout or Assault class in a vehicle.

Battlefield 1 is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One October 21, 2016.

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