Battlefield 1 Guide: Assault Class Breakdown

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Battlefield 1, developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts, is a themed on World War 1. The game is the fifteenth installment in the Battlefield game series and it released for PS4, Xbox One and PC on 21 Oct 2016.

This class is all about close range combat and taking out enemy vehicles. This guide will break down this particular class. Assault Class in this game is solely about anti vehicle and close range combat. The healing and reviving abilities now are exclusive to the medic class only.

Battlefield 1 Assault Class

The Assault Class is mainly for pushing enemies away from the objective. All weapons are mostly close range. Here is the list.

Submachine Guns:

  • M97 Trench Gun Sweeper
  • M97 Trench Backbored
  • M97 Trench Gun Hunter
  • MP 18 Trench
  • MP 18 Experimental
  • MP 18 Optical
  • Automatic M1918 Trench
  • Automatic M1918 Storm
  • Automatic M1918 Factory
  • Hellriegel 1915 Factory


  • Model 10-A Slug
  • Model 10-A Hunter
  • Model 10-A Factory
  • Model 10-A Factory
  • 12g Automatic Backboard
  • 12g Automatic Hunter
  • 12g Automatic Extended


  • M1911
  • P08 Pistol
  • Mle 1903
  • C93
  • No. 3 Revolver
  • Kolibri
  • Gasser M1870
  • 1903 Hammerless
  • 1903 Hammerless


  • Anti-Tank Grenade
  • AT Mine
  • Dynamite
  • AT Rocket Gun

While using assault class, always keep in mind that the weapons are not long range. So, if you are spotted by an enemy sniper, run. Do not try to engage him unless you get close. Keep running and gunning but do so smartly. Keep your back covered and always move from cover to cover. If you have a full squad match, make sure to always keep a medic behind you. Take down enemy vehicles as soon as possible. Use anti-tank grenade for this purpose. Work as a team to take down the enemy vehicles as trying to do it alone will get you killed.