Sunday , February 28 2021

Battlefield 1 players keep virtual disruption – but it's ruined the TROLLS on commemorative Sunday



Attempting to mark the two-minute silence at 11:00 am for Sunday's remembrance of Battlefield 1 was not fully planned.

One of the World War I warlord's military shooter developers tried to organize an unlimited period for players to reimburse their efforts on the Day of Death but was not fully respected.

    Most of the two games quietly gathered on the beach, but some people decided to ruin the moment
Most of the two games quietly gathered on the beach, but some people decided to ruin the moment

Although many players' gates were silent at 11:00, it was clear that not everyone got this note.

"Some tried, others ruined it, so we can not have nice things," said one player.

Other teams referred to the pilot as "f *** wit" while the other game was discontinued in the game against the "unknown c ***" after he caught a beach where others tried to pay him their dignity.

After that, the organizer of the event, who took the footage that was later posted by Reddit, was stripped down and killed.

    The video is clearly shown by the majority of players who observe a fire stop
The video is clearly shown by the majority of players who observe a fire stop

The responsible player is sorry to say that he was "scared that our team was going to kill."

Some of them were surprised at the intention, if not fulfilling: "This is something that I never believed would have happened in an online game until I saw it, smarta ** in this plane can f ***, though."

"It was supposed to be in the f *** hole in an airplane trying to destroy everything," said another.

Protective fire from artillery and similar means is not controlled by the player and is done in the background irrespective of it.


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