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The Bristol F.2 was a biplane fighter designed in Britain and used during World War I. Despite having two seats, the robust construction and powerful engine allowed it to carry out aerial maneuvers on par with single-seat fighters, with its agility earning it a favorable reputation that kept it in service into the 1930s.
The F.2B first saw combat during the Battle of Arras in April 1917 - a month known as "Bloody April" where aircraft losses were extremely high. After this time pilots began to recognize the strengths of the F.2 and fly accordingly. 5,329 aircraft of this type were produced between 1916 and 1927.
|Vehicle passengers||• 1 pilot|
• 1 gunner
|Vehicle optics||• Zoom Optics|
• Bomb Sight
|Passenger weapon||Lewis Gun|
|Operators||British Empire (Royal Flying Corps)|
|Ground Support Attack Plane|
|Main weapon||20mm Autocannon|
|Secondary weapon||10kg HE bombs ×8|
|Airship Buster Attack Plane|
|Special features||Speed Boost|
|Main weapon||Vickers Gun|
|Secondary weapon||Explosive Rockets ×8|
|Tank Hunter Attack Plane|
|Main weapon||57mm Nose Gun|
|Main weapon ammunition per reload||5 shells|
|Secondary weapon||50kg Bomb ×2|
The Bristol F2.B is featured in Battlefield 1. It was first seen during the EA Play livestream. A more detailed view from the cockpit and of the F2.B in combat is shown in the Battlefield 1 Gamescom Trailer. The F2.B appeared in the Customization screen during the Open Beta, but was not used in the field.