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"In the autumn of 1918, British forces prepare for a mass assault on the town of Cambrai, France. With tank support, Allied Command believes a breakthrough is a certainty. But the Mark V tank has one major flaw: it is not reliable. Join a dysfunctional tank crew who battle their way behind enemy lines as they learn to work together."
— Official Website Description[1]
Through Mud and Blood
Storm of Steel Friends In High Places
BF1 Through Mud and Blood Poster

Battlefield 1 Icon Battlefield 1


Cambrai, France


Fall 1918


Over the Top

  • Capture Piccadilly Mill
  • Capture Kitchener's Ridge
  • Capture Beren's Crossing
  • Destroy Enemy Artillery
  • Deliver Message to HQ

Fog of War

  • Guide Black Bess Through Bourlon Wood
  • Return to Black Bess


  • Salvage Replacement Sparkplugs
  • Return to Black Bess

Steel on Steel

  • Advance Through the Village at Bourlon
  • Advance to Bourlon Railyard
  • Secure Bourlon Railyard
  • Destroy the Counter-Attack Force
  • Advance to the Cambrais Rendezvous

Danny Edwards


BF1 United Kingdom Icon British Army (Royal Tank Corps)

Default Weapons



Flag of the German Empire German Empire

Enemy Weapons

Gewehr 98
Selbstlader M1916
MP 18
P08 Artillerie
12g Automatic


Mark V Landship, A7V (enemy), Renault FT (enemy; captured)

Through Mud and Blood is one of the chapters featured in singleplayer campaign of Battlefield 1. It will be available to play in the First Trial for EA and Origin Access.[2]

Taking place late in the war, the player assumes the role of Danny Edwards, a British recruit joining the crew of a Mark V Landship named Black Bess as their new tank driver. New to the war and inexperienced in driving the unreliable vehicle, Edwards is given a trial by fire with his first mission: punch through the German line at Cambrai with a broken tank and a crew that has no trust in him.[3]


  • The objective area "Beren's Crossing" is a reference to a character, named Beren, from The Silmarillion, a book written by J. R. R. Tolkien. Tolkien himself fought in World War I in the British Army before he became a writer.


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