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    Armas Clássicas da WW1 que vamos encontrar no jogo?

    Vocês poderia postar fotos de algumas armas (rifles) clássicas da WW1 que provavelmente vamos achar no jogo BF1.


    Essa aqui esta no vídeo:

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    Ouvi dizer que você gosta de matar, então colocamos uma arma na sua arma, para que você possa matar enquanto mata.


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    Imagino faltando munição e nego, passando a baioneta na barriga do camarada! Vou ficar doente 4 meses pra ver um rifle com 5 ou 10 balas no pente! Faz anos que não jogo um ww1 ou ww2...kkk

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    Já estou treinando no BF4, rifle bolt action só com ironsight.



    Quero ver como vai ficar a jogabilidade da cavalaria.

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    Voto em alugar um vps pra por o BF1918 (mod do 42)

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    Videos que recomendam que vejam sobre WWW1


    Body Armor - Fortress Design - Belgian Armoured Car Division


    Artillery and Officer Training



    Erwin Rommel - Infantry Attacks During World War 1



    Trench Raid Tactics




    Zeppelins - Majestic and Deadly Airships




    Armas, ARMAS, ARMAS!!!! Coletania de videos sobre as armas da WW1
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...aQ_pwpxxgQUdat



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    Também estou treinando no america army proving ground, 100% ironsight..

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    Parece que subestimamos a quantidade de microtransactions da WW1.

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    Thought I'd go ahead and make this as a reference for other people. Note that I'm not including handguns because we can expect the M1911, Webley, Luger, Nagant Revolver, Mauser C96, and a handful of others.
    Bolt-Action Rifles

    • Gewehr 98: The standard issue German rifle of the war, this is the predecessor to the famous Kar98K of WW2 fame. 5 round magazine.
    • Springfield M1903: Standard issue American rifle of WW1. Along with the typical bolt-action, a special attachment was made for the Springfield M1903 that converted it into a semi-automatic rifle firing 0.30 pistol cartridges from a diagonally mounted magazine. 5 round magazine, 15 with Pedersen Device.
    • Lebel Model 1886: Standard issue French rifle. 8 round tube magazine.
    • Lee-Enfield SMLE: Standard issue British rifle. Famous for the bolt design allowing a very fast rate of fire. 10 round magazine.
    • Mosin-Nagant M1891: Standard issue Russian army rifle. 5 round magazine.
    • Mannlicher M1895: Standard issue Austro-Hungarian rifle. Like the Lee-Enfield, bolt design allowed a fast rate of fire in the area of 30 RPM. 5 round magazine.
    • Mauser M1918 "T-Gewehr": The world's first anti-tank rifle and the only one of WW1. Single-shot and must be reloaded after every shot.

    Semi-Automatic Rifles

    • M1908 Mondragon: Standard issue Mexican rifle, and the first semi-automatic rifle to become standard issue anywhere in the world. Sold to all sides of WW1. 5 round magazine, though later variants used a 20-round box magazine and the Germans issued it to aerial observers with a 30-round drum magazine.
    • RSC M1917: French semi-automatic rifle, 5 round magazine.
    • Meunier M1916: French semi-automatic rifle, abandoned in favor of RSC M1917 due to complexity of production and expense. 5, 10, and 15-round magazines.
    • Remington Model 8: American semi-automatic rifle, designed by John Browning himself. 5 and 15 round magazines.
    • Winchester Model 1910: American semi-atuomatic rifle, 4 round magazine.
    • Winchester Model 1907: British semi-automatic rifle, 5 and 10 round magazine.
    • General Liu Rifle: Chinese semi-automatic rifle, 6 round magazine

    Submachine Guns

    • MP18: One of the first SMGs introduced into combat. Used a 32-round magazine during WW1
    • Beretta M1918: Italian SMG, initial design was a semi-automatic rifle before being changed to be fully automatic and fire a 9mm pistol cartridge. 25 round Bren-style magazine.
    • Viller-Perosa M1918 OVP: Italian SMG developed from the Viller-Perosa machine gun, 25 round Bren-style magazine.

    Proto-Assault Rifles (Yes, these existed in WW1)

    • Fedorov Avtomat: Russian automatic rifle, often considered the first true assault rifle, with selective fire between automatic and semi-automatic. 25 round magazine.
    • Cei-Rigotti: Italian automatic rifle from 1900. Select fire between semi-automatic and burst. 10, 25, and 50 round magazines. Because the magazines could not be quickly detached (requiring removing the trigger assembly to remove the magazine), reloading is done through 5-round stripper clips.
    • Winchester M1917 Machine Rifle: American automatic rifle, fired from two top and diagonally mounted 20 round box magazines for 40 rounds total.
    • Ribeyrolle CM M1918: French automatic rifle, 25 round magazine.
    • Farquahar-Hill: British automatic rifle, 20 and 65 round drum magazines

    Light Machine Guns

    • M1918 BAR: American LMG. Yes, this is the very same BAR of WW2 fame. 20 round magazine.
    • Chauchat: French LMG, infamous for its unreliability owing to an open-sided magazine design that exposed the interior to jamming. 20 round magazine.
    • Lewis Gun: Famous British LMG (though designed in the US), saw use throughout the war and mounted in aircraft owing to its high ammo capacity. 47 and 97 round pan magazines.
    • Madsen Gun: Danish Bren-style gun with 25, 30, and 40 round magazines.

    Shotguns Aside from perhaps a double barrel, we can expect:

    • M1897 "Trench Gun": American made pump-action shotgun, 5 round tube magazine.
    • Browning Auto-5: American made semi-automatic shotgun, 5 round magazine.

    Fixed/Heavy Machineguns

    • Maxim Gun/MG 08/Browning M1917/Vickers: Grouped together because of similarity of design. Expect 200 or 250 round belt.
    • Gast Gun: German twin-barreled machine gun, first to use the Gast loading system, where the recoil from firing one barrel loads the other barrel, allowing a high rate of fire without worrying about overheating. Fed by two 90 round drum magazines mounted vertically, one on each side. 800 RPM per barrel for a combined rate of fire of 1600 RPM.
    • Viller-Perosa M15: Italian "heavy" machine gun. Twin-barreled machine gun firing from what is essentially two fully automatic guns welded together. Though it only fired pistol caliber 9mm bullets, it was only designed to be fired from a weapons mount, though was easily man-portable at 14 pounds. Two 25 round Bren-style magazines for a total of 50 rounds, 1500 RPM per barrel for a total of 3000 RPM, barrels fire separately and use thumb triggers.
    • Hotchkiss M1914: French HMG, fired from stripper clips which, while it meant it had frequent reloads, reloads were fast and it prevented overheating, allowing a continuous fire rate. 30 round stripper clip, though later adapted for 250 round belts.

    Support Weapons

    • Vickers 1.59-inch QF Gun, Mk. II: British man-portable light (~50 pounds) 37mm cannon intended for anti-bunker and later anti-aircraft work. Single-shot, fired AP, HE, and incendiary ammo.
    • Wechselapparat: Lightweight man-portable flamethrower developed by Germany late in the war. Already confirmed to be in-game, as its distinctive circular fuel tank was seen in the trailer.
    • Aasen Mortar: Norwegian developed man-portable (~55 pounds) gun/mortar hybrid used by the Russian Empire firing 75mm shells.

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    Na ww1 ja tinha camuflagens pra tanks, olha o vídeo! kkk



    O bichinho e feio viu! kkk


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