On November 11, General Games can be seen as just one day. BF1 is a very important day for players. It's the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Players gather for a one-day stop to celebrate the most important day of World War II.
To quote: Eurogamer On November 11, Reddit named JeremyJenki uploaded a footage with a story about the gameplay of Battlefiled 1. The group asked the players to stop taking pictures and talking. To each other On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of World War I (Even if it is annoying) on the battlefield subreddit
Cease fire in it. Impressed by the DICE team at Tech Design, Jan David Hassel posted a reddit tweet saying, "This is the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. On this 11th day, we will stop fighting."
"This is the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I."
Battlefield 1 players stop firing at each other to celebrate the end of World War I.https: //t.co/bvYTAzK2vE
– Jan David Hassel (@JanDavidHassel) November 11, 2018
However, the ceasefire in Battlefield 1, due to the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, is not an official game event. It is normal that the most anticipated modulation in BF1 is always interrupted by other players. (The player who used Melee Kill the owner of the clip later apologized)
A World War I game with the official stop-and-shoot event is Verdun. Every Christmas year, there will be a Christmas Truce event based on an unofficial Christmas break. World War I The game will leave the weapon and then fight with snowballs, play football and talk on a small scale map.
It's one of the events that made the game very easy for the BF community. Although, the unofficial ceasefire in the game may not be as smooth as it should be. But it can make players feel proud and remember one of the bloodiest war stories in the world.