♪ (ragtime music) ♪ ♪ (upbeat video game music) ♪ ♪ (action music) ♪ – Oh, Battlefield 1! We’re gonna be shooting
somebody, for sure. – (FBE) A while back, you reacted
to the trailer for this game, where we told you
you were probably going to play this World War I shooter eventually. Well, today is that day. – I see, because I’ve seen this before,
here in the studio. – Was that the gory one
where all the heads were being cut off? – (FBE) Mm-hm.
– Oh god. It was horrible, absolutely horrible. – (FBE) You’ll be playing
the game mode “Conquest,” in which you and 63 other people
fight to control multiple strategic points
across a massive map. – I just hope they don’t curse me out. – It sounds a little daunting. – They’re going to wipe the floor with me! – If I can figure out those buttons,
somebody is going down! – “Capture and hold the flags.” – “Massive all-out war:
hold the majority of flags and eliminate enemy troops to win.” – I’m the new recruit in town. – This is moving to the left,
and this is– oh, this is going down? – (soldier) Keep it going, boys!
– Hard to center it. – I don’t see anybody.
Let’s see, where… I guess I have to go further forward. – (voice-over)…has arrived.
(gunshots) – I’m down already. (rapid gunfire)
– To the right. Whoops. (laughing) – So what it was– “you versus foe: 0-1.” Oh my god, mine died already. I don’t know what I’m doing. – (FBE) The red letters are the flags
that you need to capture and defend. That’s your objective. – Okay, and now the blue one is mine. – The flags, where can I find the flags? – Get those flags over there, okay. Follow that bayonet, you idiot! – That’s the only way to go through here. No, no, no, no, no, back. (soldier barking orders)
Go through here, okay. Oh, this is like a maze. (shooting) – Ay, he hit me! So I’m dead now? He’s going to run over me.
(anxiously) Oh! – How do I capture them? – (FBE) Yep, so if you hit X right now,
you’re going to load onto the map. – Oh, oh, I see. And now I bring it back
to my base or something? – (FBE) You just have to hold the area. – Oh.
(explosion) I have absolutely no idea
who I’m holding it from. – (FBE) See that flag
going up right in front– oh. – Yeah.
– (FBE) Yeah, that’s a control point. – Did I just get killed? Okay, and I’m back. Okay. All right.
– (FBE) Oh, you’re in a tank now. – So I’m in a tank? (firing) Okay, there’s someone
around here somewhere. I hear fire. – Flag, flag, where are you? Aah! (laughing) Ay yi yi, Josie, you just can’t be
a fighter, you know? Oh-oh, there’s a flag. I wish I could be an expert
on this because it’s fun. I really, really like it. (firing)
(enemy moans) – Did I get something?
No. (laughing) (laughing) Where is it? – This B, how come I’m not hitting–
I guess I have to go back further. Did I just get a [inaudible]? (firing)
– There. I shot– I had that guy
right in my sights, and mean 100%. (firing) And nothing’s happening.
– (FBE) That’s not an enemy. That’s a control point
you need to capture. – Oh, well, then what–
– (soldier) There’s one over there! – What is the point of what I’m doing? Uh-oh, I got shot. – Great graphics. It’s awesome. Oh, barbed wire? That does not bother me! I wear it around my feet for traction! – Trying to get that, uh, one there. – (FBE) Now you just captured that point. – Oh, okay, oh, that’s good. – I see a target.
They’re running away from me. – (FBE) The little blue dots
mean it’s, uh, a teammate. – Oh, that was a teammate?
– (FBE) Yep. – Oh, really? You mean to tell me I’ve been using
friendly fire the whole time? (firing) Ay! He killed me again. I know now the secret.
– (FBE) What’s that? – I should go really fast
and then shoot at it right away. – There’s some rocks.
There’s more rocks. There’s more rocks. Oops, oops, oops, oops, oops! Is that my friend? – (FBE) I think that’s your friend, yep. – Oh, then I don’t won’t
shoot my friend. – Wait a minute, that’s a German flag! That’s my flag! I’d better protect it then. Jawohl. Ja!
(speaking German) (speaking German aggressively) – I’m trying to get
the, uh, technique of this and I feel like I’m doing a better job. The more I feel like
I have a little bit of talent, the more interested I am in the game. All of my moral complaints
about hurting people or something like that
are kind of not in the picture right now. “Deploy armored train.”
A train is coming through there? (train whistle blows) Where would a train come through that? I wouldn’t think
there’d be any tracks left. – (voice-over) We have
an armored train on route. – I know, I can hear it. Don’t kill me, please.
You did kill me. Oh, Josie, you’re getting old. – Okay, so now I’m on the train. Now, okay, I just let the train go
and I try to look for bad guys? Okay, there it is.
So shoot– shoot the bad guys. I’m way up in the air. I’m flying! – Where’s my gun?
I don’t even know where my– Do I have a gun?
I don’t seem to have one anymore. I guess I’m just doing the train. (firing) Oh, I see, it’s a turret on the train. I didn’t– (scoffs) I just got blown up. – (voice-over) We have
taken Objective… – Okay, so now I’m up–
it looks like an attic. Are we hiding? – Oh my god, I’m flying? But who am I trying to get? Oh. (laughing) – Gee. Ooh. (plane instruments going haywire) Oh, is that– oh no, no! (laughing) I was just going to say, that is cool. (firing) – They hit me again, I think. It’s really affecting me, like I’m the one that’s
being really hit. (laughing) – (voice-over) We have
lost Objective George. – Do you mean E?
– (FBE) You just captured it. You just captured a flag. – I did? Seems I didn’t do anything. – I guess you really have to spend
a lot of time doing these games to know what you’re doing,
and… I don’t know if that many is left. – I don’t see any flags. – “Defeat?!” It means I lost? – “Defeat.” Oh. – “Defeat.” – I guess I’m defeated. – “Victory.” Somebody took them down. Was that me? – Oh, I just got defeated. So which one–
– (FBE) You were the German side. You were the left one. I was the left guy?
No wonder I lost! I should lose. – “Defeat.” I captured 31 flags?
– (FBE) No, the other team did. – Oh. (laughing) I think that it might
take me several years to learn it. – Oh no, did I die again? – (FBE) No, your team lost.
– I can see why. I was on it. (laughing) – I liked this. Of all the games that
you’ve asked me to play, this was the best. – This much action,
it threw me off at first because I don’t think of World War I
as having this much action in it. – Most of the kids
probably don’t even know what the hell World War I is. My impression of the war,
I think of trenches, and people being hungry,
and people being wet. Here, they were just running around. – I could see where that game
could be really terrifically exciting, especially if you were effective, but I wasn’t very confident
most of the time. – Battlefield 1 is number one. If I could play it again,
for, like, 15 hours, I could maybe shoot somebody
except me. (laughing) – Thanks for watching
this episode of Elders Gaming on the React channel. – What games should we play next?
Let us know in the comments. – Definitely more explosions here
than in history class. Bye, everyone. – Hey everybody, Derek here,
a producer from the React channel. Look, I don’t have time
to talk right now. Apparently, there’s donuts
in the break room.