7 Behemoths That We Could See in Battlefield 1
These could be Battlefield 1's biggest and best Behemoths.
At the moment, Battlefield 1 features just four Behemoths: the Armored Train, Dreadnought, Airship L30 and the most recent Behemoth, the Char 2C. The Char 2C was added to Battlefield 1 in the game's first expansion, They Shall Not Pass, making players wonder on the possibility that a new Behemoth will be added to the game each DLC. So far though, no more Behemoths have been announced from DICE, but that doesn't mean that none will be added in the future.
It's clear that DICE are not afraid to blur the lines a little when it comes to Battlefield 1's weapons and vehicles, which opens up a world of possibilities for potential Battlefield 1 Behemoths. So today, we'll be looking at seven Behemoths that we could see in Battlefield 1 in the near future.
Sikorsky Ilya Muromets
With Battlefield 1's Russian-themed DLC, In The Name Of Tsar, just around the corner, we thought it would be best to start with a potential Russian Behemoth. Introducing the Sikorsky Ilya Muromets bomber, a Russian bomber designed in 1913 that could carry up to a massive 11,000lbs of bombs during one flight.
The Russians experimented with a wide range of different weapons on the bomber, including a 37mm cannon and a variety of different machine guns. This could make for an interesting Behemoth, which would likely be similar to Battlefield 4's AC-130. It's unclear on how effective this Behemoth could be within Battlefield 1, but it does allow for players to use a range of different weapons, which fits a Behemoths description perfectly.
DICE would be presented with a massive challenge of making the bomber controllable, though. After all, who would enjoy getting into a Behemoth with a pilot that crashes it into a tree? To avoid this, it's likely that DICE would simply make the Behemoth similar to that of the Airship L30.