Battlefield 1’s Achievement and Trophies revealed

Thanks to the all seeing and all knowing True Achievements we’ve got the final list of Achievements/Trophies for Battlefield 1.

While it won’t be released until next week, those with an active EA Origin subscription will be able to start playing from tomorrow. Most of the achievements on the list are pretty standard, such as for reaching certain ranks with the classes and getting a required number of kills. There are also the obligatory ones for completing missions and the campaign.

There are a few standouts though. Collecting Field Manuals and Codex Entries will award achievements, though we’re not entirely sure what either of them are. We can assume that they’re collectibles within each mission, but what they may contain is somewhat of a mystery.

The one achievement that really stands out is Mightier Than the Shovel which requires players to find a hidden Cavalry Sword and take down an enemy on the French countryside. Where exactly this occurs and during what mission remains unknown.

Here’s the full list;

  • Support Enlistment – Reach Support Rank 2 in multiplayer (80 GS)
  • Scout Enlistment – Reach Scout Rank 2 in multiplayer (80 GS)
  • Up close and personal – Perform a melee kill on 10 enemies anywhere in the campaign (10 GS)
  • The hills of Gallipoli – Unlock all Codex Entries in The Runner (40 GS)
  • Catching up on some reading – Collect one Field Manual in the campaign (10 GS)
  • The War to End All Wars – Complete the campaign on Hard difficulty (40 GS)
  • The Great War – Complete the campaign on Normal difficulty (10 GS)
  • Mightier than the shovel – Find the hidden Cavalry Sword and take down an enemy on the French countryside in the campaign (10 GS)
  • Operations – Win 1 Operation in multiplayer (10 GS)
  • Play the Objective – Complete 25 Squad Orders in multiplayer (10 GS)
  • Counter-sniper – Using a bolt action rifle, kill an enemy Scout in multiplayer (10 GS)
  • Corporal – Reach Rank 10 in multiplayer (10 GS)
  • Warbonds – Earn 450 Warbonds in multiplayer (10 GS)
  • Medic Enlistment – Reach Medic Rank 2 in multiplayer (80 GS)
  • Assault Enlistment – Reach Assault Rank 2 in multiplayer (80 GS)
  • Enough for a library – Collect all Field Manuals in the campaign (80 GS)
  • Triple Boluk-Bashi – Kill all 3 Ottoman officers in Young Men’s Work with melee kills in the campaign (40 GS)
  • Up to the challenge – Complete one challenge in the campaign (10 GS)
  • Sound of thunder – Unlock all Codex Entries in Through Mud and Blood (40 GS)
  • Conquering the mountains – Unlock all Codex Entries in Avanti Savoia! (40 GS)
  • Putting in the effort – Complete 10 challenges in the campaign (40 GS)
  • Master of adaptation – Complete all challenges in the campaign (80 GS)
  • Nothing is Written – Complete Nothing is Written (10 GS)
  • Through Mud and Blood – Complete Through Mud and Blood (10 GS)
  • Decorated – Reach Rank 1 with all 4 Infantry classes in multiplayer (40 GS)
  • Friends in High Places – Complete Friends in High Places (10 GS)
  • Taking down giants – Unlock all Codex Entries in Friends in High Places (40 GS)
  • All men dream – Unlock all Codex Entries in Nothing is Written (40 GS)
  • Avanti Savoia! – Complete Avanti Savoia! (10 GS)
  • The Runner – Complete The Runner (10 GS)
  • Shock Wave – Kill 5 enemies by using dynamite in the campaign (10 GS)


Battlefield 1 will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One from October 21, 2016.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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