Battlefield 1918 is a total conversion modification for Battlefield 1942. The mod takes Battlefield 1942 into a whole new scenario, the first world war. Next to historically correct equipments and vehicles, we try to recreate the atmosphere of these WW1 battlefields as close as we can, keeping in mind the game we're working with. To achieve this, we've drastically changed the gameplay from the original game like so that you must now rely on teamwork, artillery, trenches and slow vehicles....
Today, the Forgotten Honor Tournament, in association with the Battlefield 1918 development team, announces the latest Battlefield 1918 campaign, Return...
A new news on the BF1918-page, isn't that newsly enough? If not, we would like to tell our friends and fans some things about the festive time of the...
The release of version 3.1 will be delayed for approximately one week.
We celebrate the 7th anniversary of the 1.0 release of BF1918 with new content for our release of version 3.1. We also have a release date for 3.1.
In this update we show you two new maps for the upcoming release of Battlefield 1918 and the Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 seaplane.
Today we show you two more maps for version 3.1 and the M1 Siege Howitzer.
Today we show two new maps! One for the upcoming tournament! And dont worry, we will show new content in the next news!
Today we have the second update in 2010. We want to introduce our first map made for Singleplayer and some new tanks and artillery for the 3.1
First News in 2010 and one further step to 3.1. Today we have some new models for you and a new nation to announce, or well to guess for you.
The Berlin Wall fell twenty years ago: For Inside 1918 this is a reason to celebrate
Now available for Bf1918 a Forgotten Honor Tournament
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