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Sopwith Camel IRL

One of the last surviving Sopthwith Camel's as seen in the Imperial War Museum in London.

The Sopwith Camel is a British single-seat biplane and one of the most famous aircraft of the First World War. First introduced in 1917, it was influential in both restoring British air power to a competitive level, as well as eventually establishing air superiority over the Central Powers. The base variant of the Camel was equipped with twin Vickers machine guns.

Battlefield 1Edit

The Sopwith Camel is an aircraft featured in Battlefield 1. It first seen in the reveal trailer, being shot down by a Fokker Dr.I and subsequently colliding with a large windmill. It is seen again in the "Battlefield 1 Gameplay Series: Vehicles" video engaging in dogfights. The full model was seen in the Customization screen during the Open Beta, although the Dr.1 Scout was the in-game craft used by both sides.

SingleplayerEdit

The Sopwith Camel is the most common plane of Royal Air Force. Camel planes are seen in Friends In High Places (every part excluding Fall from Grace) and, briefly, in Storm of Steel, attacking the zeppelin.

MultiplayerEdit

Sopwith Camel Fighter
Sopwith Camel Icon
Vehicle passengers 1 pilot
Vehicle armor None
Upgrades Dogfighter Package
Bomber Killer Package
Trench Fighter Package
Vehicle speed High
Vehicle maneuverability High
Operators BritainFlag British Empire (Royal Flying Corps)
This item has a Codex entry: Sopwith Camel

The Sopwith Camel is the standard fighter plane of British Empire.

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