Battlefield: 1918

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Battlefield: 1918 (2004)

Battlefield: 1918 is a 2004 modification for the game Battlefield: 1942. Battlefield: 1918 is set during the First World War on multiple theatres and continents. Game maps or battles are often based on actual conflicts fought on and around Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Equatorial Africa, and Asia. The game has over 90 maps and 15 playable armies. The game also has a wide array of weapons, ground vehicles, aircraft, and ships to create and authentic representation of the First World War.

NOTE: For the original game, see Battlefield: 1942.


The following weapons are seen in the video game Battlefield: 1918:

Contents

Rifles, Shotguns & Muskets

Gewehr 98

The Gewehr 98 appears as the standard issue rifle for the Imperial German forces in the game.

Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57 mm.
Scoped Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57 mm.
Gewehr 98 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
The scoped Gewehr 98 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Lebel 1886

The Lebel 1886 appears as the standard issue rifle for the French forces in the game.

Lebel Model 1886 Rifle - 8x50Rmm
Lebel Model 1886 Rifle fitted with APX Mle 1917 sniper scope
Lebel 1886 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
Scoped Lebel 1886 in Battlefield 1918.
Third person view.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III

The Lee Enfield No1. Mk.III appears as the standard issue rifle for British Commonwealth forces.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British.
Lee Enfield No1. Mk.III in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Pattern 1914 Enfield

The Pattern 1914 Enfield appears in the arsenal of the British commonwealth and the American forces where it substitutes for the M1917 Enfield. The scoped variant is the standard sniper rifle for British Commonwealth and American forces. The non-scoped variant acts as the standard issue rifle for the American forces and a secondary rifle for the Commonwealth forces.

Pattern M1914 (P 14) Enfield - .303
Pattern M1914 (P 14) Enfield sniper variant fitted with telescopic sight - .303
Pattern 1914 Enfield in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
Scoped Pattern 1914 Enfield in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

1903 Turkish Mauser

The 1903 Turkish Mauser appears as the standard issue rifle for the Ottoman forces in the game.

Turkish Mauser 1903 - 7.65x53mm Mauser
1903 Turkish Mauser in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
Scoped Turkish Mauser in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

1889 Belgian Mauser

The 1889 Belgian Mauser appears as the standard issue rifle for the Belgian forces in the game.

1889 Belgian Mauser - 7.65x53mm Mauser
1889 Belgian Mauser Carbine - 7.65x53mm Mauser
1889 Belgian Mauser in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
Scoped Belgian Mauser in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
1889 Belgian Mauser carbine in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Mosin-Nagant Model 1891

The Mosin-Nagant Model 1891 appears as the standard issue rifle for the Imperial Russian forces in the game. The in game model appears to be a mixture of the 1891 infantry rifle and the dragoon rifle.

Full-length, Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 - 7.62x54mm R
1891 Mosin-Nagant in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
Scoped 1891 Mosin-Nagant in Battlefield 1918. Note the globe front sight and PU scope which was not introduced until years later.
Third Person view.

Steyr-Mannlicher 1895

The Steyr-Mannlicher 1895 appears as the standard issue rifle for the Austro-Hungarian forces in the game.

Steyr M1895 Long Rifle - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
Steyr M1895 Short Rifle - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
Scoped Steyr M1895 Rifle - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
1895 Steyr-Mannlicher in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
Scoped Steyr-Mannlicher in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
1895 Steyr-Mannlicher carbine in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Carcano 1891

The Carcano 1891 appears as the standard issue rifle for the Italian forces in the game.

Carcano M91 Long Rifle - 6.5mm
Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle - 6.5mm
Scoped Carcano M1891 Rifle - 6.5mm
1891 Carcano in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view. Note the bent bolt handle
Scoped Carcano in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.
1891 Carcano carbine in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view. Note how it appears to be the 1891/38 variant which would make it anachronistic for WWI

Karabiner 88

The Karabiner 88 appears in the engineer class of the Imperial German and Ottoman forces and acts as a secondary rifle for the respective armies.

Karabiner 1888 - 7.92x57 mm.
Karabiner 88 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Berthier Carbine

The Berthier Model 1916 Carbine appears in the engineer class of the French forces and acts as a secondary rifle for the French.

Berthier Model 1916 carbine - 8x50Rmm
Berthier carbine in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

RSC M1917

The RSC M1917 semi-automatic rifle appears in several maps featuring France set late in the war. It is powerful and accurate but limited to a 5 round magazine.

R.S.C. Model 1917 - 8x50Rmm
RSC M1917 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Browning Auto-5

The Browning Auto-5 is the shotgun given to British Commonwealth and American forces where it is available for pickup in certain maps.

Browning Auto-5 - 12 Gauge
Browning Auto-5 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Mauser 1918 Tank Gewehr

The Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr appears in later maps of the European theatre where it is available for pickup where it is highly effective against tanks and armored vehicles.

Mauser M1918 Tank Gewehr - 13.2mm TuF
M1918 Tank Gewehr in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Jezail

The Jezail musket is available for pickup in several maps featuring the Ottoman empire and is very accurate and powerful with a cost of long reload time and single shot capacity.

Jezail Musket
Jezail musket in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.


Handguns

Luger P08

The Luger P08 is the sidearm of the Imperial German forces and issued mainly to the officer class.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm.
Luger P08 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Star Ruby

The Ruby pistol is the sidearm of the French forces and issued mainly to the officer class.

Star Ruby - .32 ACP
Star Ruby in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Webley Mk. VI

The Webley Mk. VI is the sidearm of the British commonwealth forces and issued mainly to the officer class.

Webley Mk. VI - .455 Webley
Webley Mk. VI in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Colt 1911

The Colt 1911 is the sidearms of the American forces and issued mainly to the officer class.

Colt M1911 - .45 ACP
Colt 1911 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Mauser C96

The Mauser C96 is the sidearm of the Ottoman forces issued to the officer class and appears in several special classes of the Imperial German forces.

Mauser C96 - 7.63x25mm Mauser.
Mauser C96 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

FN 1910

The FN 1910 is the sidearm of the Belgian forces and issued to the officer class.

FN Model 1910 with wood grips - .380 ACP
FN 1910 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Nagant 1895

The Nagant 1895 revolver is the sidearm of the Imperial Russian forces and issued to the officer class.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38mm
Nagant 1895 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Steyr 1912

The Steyr 1912 is the sidearm of the Austro-Hungarian forces and issued to the officer class.

Steyr Model 1912 - 9x23mm Steyr
Steyr 1912 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Glisenti 1910

The Glisenti 1910 is the sidearm of the Italian forces and issued to the officer class.

Glisenti Model 1910 - 9mm Glisenti
Glisenti 1910 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Light Machine Guns

MG08/15

The MG08/15 acts as the standard light machine gun for the Imperial German, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman forces.

Maxim MG08/15 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
MG08/15 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Parabellum MG14

The Parabellum MG14 is primarily seen mounted on German aircraft but can also be seen independently on a couple European maps.

Parabellum MG14 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Parabellum MG14 in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the Parabellum MG14.

Chauchat

The Chauchat is the standard light machine gun for the French forces.

Chauchat Light Machine Gun - 8x50mmR Lebel
Chauchat in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Lewis Gun

The Lewis Gun is the standard light machine gun for the British commonwealth forces.

Lewis Gun - .303 British
Lewis gun in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

BAR 1918

The BAR is the standard light machine gun for the American forces.

Early Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
BAR in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Madsen Machine Gun

The Madsen Machine Gun is the standard light machine gun for the Belgian and Imperial Russian forces.

Danish Madsen Machine Gun
The Madsen in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Fedorov Avtomat

The Fedorov Avtomat appears in several maps taking place on the Eastern Front and is highly advantageous over the standard bolt-action rifles.

Fedorov Avtomat - 6.5x50mmSR
The Fedorov Avtomat in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Submachine Guns

MP18

The MP18 appears in several maps and is very effective clearing out trenches and large numbers of enemy troops.

Bergmann MP18 Sub Machine Gun with Drum - 9x19mm
The MP18 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Villar-Perosa M1915

The Villar-Perosa M1915 appears as the standard machine gun for the Italian forces and is capable of being fired from the hip despite it being designed to be mounted on aircraft.

Villar-Perosa - 9mm Glisenti
Villar-Perosa M1915, fitted with wooden stock for off-hand use - 9 mm Glisenti
The Villar-Perosa in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Heavy Machine Guns

MG08

The MG08 appears as the standard heavy machine gun for the Imperial German forces and also used in some maps by the Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman forces.

MG08 - 7.92x57mm
The MG08 in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the MG08.

Hotchkiss M1914

The Hothkiss M1914 is the standard heavy machine gun for the French, Belgian, Italian, and American forces. It also appears mounted on several vehicles.

Hotchkiss M1914 - 8x50Rmm
The Hotchkiss M1914 in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the Hotchkiss M1914.

Vickers

The Vickers is the standard heavy machine gun for the British Commonwealth forces.

Vickers Machine Gun - .303 British
The Vickers Machine Gun in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the Vickers.

Bergmann MG02

The Bergmann MG02 appears as the standard heavy machine gun for the Ottoman forces and seen on several European maps used by the Imperial German forces.

MG02 - 7.92x57mm
The MG02 in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the MG02.

Maxim 1910/30

The Maxim 1910/30 is the standard heavy machine gun for the Imperial Russian forces. The weapon can be seen in both with and without the wheel mount and shield.

Maxim 1910 - 7.62x54Rmm
The Maxim M1910 in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the Maxim M1910. Note the hatch on top of the cooling jacket which indicates post 1941 manufacture making it anachronistic for World War I

Schwarzlose M1907/24

The Schwarzlose M1907/24 is the standard heavy machine gun for the Austro-Hungarian forces. It can be seen both with and without the tripod and the 1907/24 variant is anachronistic for World War I.

Schwarzlose M1907/24 - 7.92x57mm
The Schwarzlose M1907/24 in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the Schwarzlose M1907/24.

Flamethrower

Flammenwerfer M.16

The Flammenwerfer M.16 appears in the service of Imperial German and Austro-Hungarian forces in several maps.

World War 1 era German flamethrower
The Flammenwerfer M.16 in Battlefield 1918.
Third Person view.

Explosives

Model 17 Stielhandgranate

The Model 17 Stielhandgranate appears as the standard hand grenade for the Imperial German forces.

Model 17 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
The Model 17 Stielhandgranate in Battlefield 1918.
The Model 17 Stielhandgranate about to be thrown.

Model 1914 Ball Grenade

The M1914 ball grenade appears as the standard grenade for the French forces in the game.

Model 1914 ball grenade without fuse
The Model 1914 ball grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The Model 1914 ball grenade about to be thrown.

Mills

The Mills Grenade appear as the standard grenade for the British Commonwealth and American forces.

Mills Bomb High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
The Mills grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The Mills grenade about to be thrown.

No. 15 "Cricket" Ball Grenade

The No. 15 "Cricket" ball grenade appears as the standard grenade for the Ottoman forces.

No. 15 "Cricket" grenade.
The "Cricket" grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The "Cricket" grenade about to be thrown.

OF-15

The OF-15 is the standard hand grenade for the Belgian forces.

OF-15 hand grenade.
The OF-15 hand grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The OF-15 hand grenade about to be thrown.

M1912

The Russian M1912 "Lantern" grenade appears as the standard grenade for the Imperial Russian forces.

Russian M1912 hand grenade.
The Russian M1912 hand grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The Russian M1912 hand grenade about to be thrown.

Rohr Handgranate

The Rohr Handgranate is the standard hand grenade for the Austro-Hungarian forces.

Rohr hand grenade.
The Rohr handgranate in Battlefield 1918.
The Rohy handgranate about to be thrown.

Lenticolare

The Lenticolare M1914 is the standard hand grenade for the Italian forces.

Lenticolare hand grenade.
The Rohr handgranate in Battlefield 1918.
The Rohy handgranate about to be thrown.

Geballte Ladung

The Geballte Ladung (made with Model 17 Stielhandgranate heads) appears in the engineer class of the Imperial German, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman forces and is primarily used to take out tanks and armored vehicles.

The Geballte Ladung (WW2 example).
The Geballte Ladung in Battlefield 1918.
The Geballte Ladung about to be thrown.

M1915 "Turtle" disk grenade

The M1915 "Turtle" disk grenade appears in the engineer class of the Imperial German forces in maps set late in the war and takes the place of the Geballte Ladung.

M1915 "Turtle" disk grenade.
The M1915 "Turtle" disk grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The M1915 "Turtle" disk grenade about to be thrown.

No.34 Mk.III

The No.34 Mk.III percussion grenade appears in the engineer class of French and Belgian forces and is primarily used to take out tanks and armored vehicles.

The No.34 MK.III grenade.
The No.34 Mk.III grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The No.34 Mk.III grenade about to be thrown.

Dynamite

Italian and Russian engineers are given bundles of dynamite and is primarily used to take out tanks and armored vehicles.

A bundle of dynamite.
A bundle of dynamite in Battlefield 1918.
A bundle of dynamite about to be thrown.

No.2 Grenade

The No.2 percussion grenade appears in the engineer class of the British commonwealth and American forces and is primarily used to take out tanks and armored vehicles.

The No.2 grenade.
The No.2 grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The No.2 grenade about to be thrown.

M1915 "Jam Tin" Grenade

The M1915 "Jam Tin" grenade appears in the grenadier kit for British Commonwealth forces and is available for pickup in several maps.

The M1915 "Jam Tin" grenade.
The M1915 "Jam Tin" grenade in Battlefield 1918.
The M1915 "Jam Tin" grenade about to be thrown.

SMLE Rifle Grenade

The grenadier kit for the British Commonwealth forces also receives a rifle grenade for the Lee Enfield rifle.

The "cup" attachment at the muzzle of a Lee Enfield No.1 Mk. III
The SMLE rifle grenade in Battlefield 1918.
Third person view.

Mortars

Granatenwerfer 16

The Granatenwerfer 16 appears as the standard mortar for the Imperial German and Ottoman forces.

The Granatenwerfer 16.
The Granatenwerfer 16 in Battlefield 1918.

Stokes Mortar

The Stokes Mortar is the standard mortar for the British Commonwealth, French, Belgian, Italian, and American forces.

Stokes Trench Mortar - 3 inch.
The Stokes Mortar in Battlefield 1918.

9.15 cm Minenwerfer

The 9.15cm Minenwerfer appears as the standard mortar for the Austro-Hungarian forces.

9.15cm Minenwerfer
The 9.15cm Minenwerfer in Battlefield 1918.

91mm Minethrower

The 91mm Minethrower appears as the standard mortar for the Imperial Russian forces.

91mm Minethrower
The 91mm Minethrower in Battlefield 1918.

9.45 inch "Flying Pig"

The 9.45 inch "Flying Pig" appears as a heavy mortar used by all sides of the game.

9.45 inch "Flying Pig"
The 9.45 inch "Flying Pig" in Battlefield 1918.

17cm Minenwerfer

The 17cm Minenwerfer appears as a heavy mortar used by the Imperial German forces appearing in maps set late in the war.

17cm Minenwerfer
The 17cm Minenwerfer in Battlefield 1918.

Field Guns & Howitzers

Feldkanone 77mm 96 n.A.

The Feldkanone 77mm 96 n.A. appears as the standard field gun for the Imperial German and Ottoman forces.

77mm Feldkanone 96
77mm Feldkanaone 96 in Battlefield 1918.
77mm Feldkanaone 96 in Ottoman service in Battlefield 1918.

Canon 75mm Mle 1897

The Canon 75mm Mle 1897 appears as the standard field gun for the French, Belgian, and American forces.

Canon 75mm Mle 1897
Canon 75mm Mle 1897 in Battlefield 1918.
Canon 75mm Mle 1897 in American service in Battlefield 1918.

Ordnance QF 18 Pounder

The Ordance QF Pounder appears as the standard field gun for the British Commonwealth forces.

Ordnance QF 18 Pounder
Ordnance QF 18 Pounder in Battlefield 1918.

Putilov 76mm

The Putilov 76mm is the standard field gun for the Imperial Russian forces.

Putilov 76mm Field Gun
The Putilov 76mm Field Gun in Battlefield 1918.

Skoda 75mm M15

The Skoda 75mm M15 appears the standard field gun for the Austro-Hungarian forces.

Skoda 75mm M15
The Skoda 75mm M15 in Battlefield 1918.

Cannone 75/27 Modello 06

The Cannone 75/27 Modello 06 is the standard field gun used by the Italian forces.

Cannone 75/27 Modello 06
The Cannone 75/27 Modello 06 in Battlefield 1918.

Canon d'Infanterie 37mm Mle. 1916

The Canon d'Infanterie 37mm Mle. 1916 appears as a support weapon in several maps set in Europe.

Canon d'Infanterie 37mm Mle. 1916
The Canon d'Infanterie 37mm Mle. 1916 in Battlefield 1918.

150mm sFH 13

The 150mm sFH 13 appears as the standard field howitzer for the Imperial German and Ottoman forces.

150mm sFH 13
The 150mm sFH 13 in Battlefield 1918.
The 150mm sFH 13 in Ottoman service in Battlefield 1918.

Canon 155mm Mle. 1917

The Canon 155mm Mle. 1917 appears as the standard field howitzer for the French and American forces.

Canon 155mm Mle. 1917
The Canon 155mm Mle. 1917 in Battlefield 1918.
The Canon 155mm Mle. 1917 in American service in Battlefield 1918.

BL 6 inch 26cwt Howitzer

The BL 6 inch 26cwt Howitzer appears as the standard field howitzer for the British Commonwealth forces.

BL 6 inch 26cwt Howitzer
The BL 6 inch 26cwt in Battlefield 1918.

Canon 120mm Mle. 1878

The Canon 120mm Mle. 1878 appears as the standard field howitzer for the Belgian forces.

Canon 120mm Mle. 1878
The Canon 120mm Mle. 1878 in Battlefield 1918.

152mm M1877

The 152mm M1877 appears as the standard field howitzer for the Imperial Russian forces.

152mm M1877
The 152mm M1877 in Battlefield 1918.

Skoda 15cm M14

The Skoda 15cm M14 appears as the standard field howitzer for the Austro-Hungarian forces.

Skoda 15cm M14
The Skoda 15cm M14 in Battlefield 1918.

Canon 105mm Mle. 1913

The Canon 105mm Mle. 1913 appears as the standard field howitzer for the Italian forces.

Canon 105mm Mle. 1913
The Canon 105mm Mle. 1913 in Battlefield 1918.

L/12 M14 "Big Bertha"

The L/12 M14 "Big Bertha" siege howitzer appears in several maps on the European theatre.

L/12 M14 "Big Bertha" - 16.5 in
The L/12 M14 "Big Bertha" in Battlefield 1918.

9.2 inch Mark I Siege Howitzer

The 9.2 inch Mark I siege howitzer appears in several European theatre maps taking place late in the war.

9.2 inch Mark I
The 9.2inch Mark I in Battlefield 1918.

Anti-Aircraft

L/35 Model 1916

The L/35 Model 1916 7.7cm anti-aircraft is used on all sides of the conflict and is highly effective in taking down aircraft and ground vehicles alike.

L35 Model 1916 7.7cm
The L35 Model 1916 7.7cm in Battlefield 1918.

Maxim QF 1 Pounder "Pom-Pom"

The Maxim QF 1 Pounder "Pom-Pom" appears as the light anti-aircraft gun used on all sides of the conflict.

Maxim-Nordenfelt QF Mk II 1-pounder Pom-Pom gun at the Imperial War Museum, London - 37x94mm R
The Maxim "Pom-Pom" in Battlefield 1918.
Manning the Maxim "Pom-Pom".

See Also

Battlefield Franchise
Main series Battlefield: 1942 (2002)  •  Battlefield: Vietnam (2004)  •  Battlefield 2 (2005)  •  Battlefield 3 (2011)  •  Battlefield 4 (2013)  •  Battlefield 1 (2016)  •  Battlefield V (2018)
Bad Company Series Battlefield: Bad Company (2008)  •  Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (2010)
Spin-Offs Battlefield: 1943 (2009)  •  Battlefield Hardline (2014)
Third-Party Modifications Battlefield: 1918 (2003)  •  Forgotten Hope (2003)  •  Desert Combat (2003)  •  Forgotten Hope 2 (2005)  •  Project Reality (2005)  •  Project Reality: Falklands (2012)  •  Project Reality: Vietnam (2012)  •  Project Reality: Normandy (2013)
Free-to-Play Battlefield Heroes (2009)  •  Battlefield Play4Free (2011)



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