If you’ve played Timsplitters, Ratchet & Clank, or any other similar titles out there, you may come to love how quirky weaponry in video games can get. So it came as a surprise when something along that lines is available in Battlefield 1 but is still historically accurate.
We mentioned this weapon a few weeks back and having now seen it in action, we can’t believe how small it really is. Popular YouTuber JackFrags posted some footage of the 2mm Kolibri Pistol in action online, which you can check out below.
Battlefield 1 is drenched in everything World War 1 and the addition of the Kolibri Pistol really shows how far DICE went to make the game as authentic as possible.
It’s unknown how the pistol is acquired at this time.
Here’s a GIF showing the pistol from the video below.
Those with EA Access can start playing Battlefield 1 from today on Xbox One and PC.Those with the Early Enlister Edition can join the action from October 18th. EA will be live streaming the game every day up to release, more details on that here.
Battlefield 1 will be available worldwide for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 21st.
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