Jun 14, 2016 11:23 AM EDT

Mass Effect: Andromeda vs Battlefield 1: Maps, Modes Revealed

By Jane Reed

For gamers who love role playing shooter games, they may have already have their eyes set on Mass Effect: Andromeda or Battlefield 1.

Gamers are looking forward to an action role-playing third person shooter game with Mass Effect: Andromeda. It's going to be available in Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and XBox One platforms. While Mass Effect: Andromeda will be released in the early part of 2017, Gamers are looking at Battlefield 1 as it is scheduled to be released in October 21 of this year.

After a teaser trailer has been released, Battlefield 1 has already shown features that entice gamers. EA has showcased the first batch of maps and modes. According to PC Gamer, players can expect collapsing alleyways, bridges, railways and a courthouse in the city center of Amiens. There is a map that is fit for aerial battle. St. Quentin Scar is a feature that players may be familiar with. It's the map that is large enough for aerial battles with trenches along. Another map is Monte Grappa. It's an uphill climb that critics mirror with Battlefield 3's Damavand Peak.

Artillery enthusiasts can look forward to the Venetian Alps where it places a massive fort against the Italian army. Lastly, set in italy is Empire's Edge. It's a splendid spot that is described to be a pity if destroyed.

For the game's modes, only two are confirmed. The Conquest mode and Domination mode. A speculated Operations mode is new. It's said to define DICE's take on World War One. This doesn't rely on points. Instead, the attacking players need to push forward and then dominate the whole map.

These are the only updates coming from Battlefield 1. Gamers are looking forward to more tidbits in the upcoming World War I first person shooter video game. 

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