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Battlefield 1 Official E3 Gameplay Trailer

Battlefield 1 Official E3 Gameplay Trailer

Battlefield 1 Official E3 Gameplay Trailer

Battlefield 1 Official E3 Gameplay Trailer

 

EA has just showcased their newest battlefield 1 trailer, showcasing what looks like Battlefield Bad Company II style global destruction and a lot of interesting historical vehicle and weapon options.   

 

      Watch the official Battlefield 1 gameplay trailer and discover war on an epic scale, with 64-players engaging in some of the largest multiplayer battles in FPS history. Experience the Dawn of All-Out War, Only in Battlefield 1.

 

The setting of World War One is a setting that is rarely explored in games, with the game planning to showcase the battlefields of World War One from the Western Front to the Middle East and to the high seas, where a lot of new tactics and technologies are combined with classic cavalry charges and close quarters combat. 

The game will include several Melee weapons, from shovels to clubs and bayonets, each of which has their own advantages and disadvantages in combat.  

Vehicles have always been a huge part of the battlefield franchise, with Battlefield one bringing battleships, biplanes, tanks, light tanks and airships. The trailer has shown cavalry charges, which hints that mounted/horseback combat will be included in the game. Battlefield 1 will be available on October 21st, 2016 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The game will be available first on EA Access with a "Play First" trial on the Xbox One and PC. 

Battlefield 1 will be available on October 21st, 2016 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The game will be available first on EA Access with a "Play First" trial on the Xbox One and PC. 

 

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12-06-2016, 17:19:56

NeverBackDown
Getting Battleships?! They better be playableQuote

12-06-2016, 17:28:24

MiNo
I see cinematics ... But no gameplay?Quote

12-06-2016, 19:01:32

Agost
R.I.P. CoDQuote

12-06-2016, 19:23:04

SeekaX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Agost View Post
R.I.P. CoD
In terms of gameplay and squeezing money out of the franchise BF is just as bad, if not even worse than CoD. No idea why people keep getting hyped for cinematic trailers which don't represent the final product even in the slightest (them having the balls to call this a gameplay trailer makes me wonder why consumer rights activists aren't up in arms already). Instead you get half a game with gameplay balanced to equalize skill so nobody feels bad and loads of bugs which take DICE a year to take care of (remember the class-action lawsuit?) to make the game somewhat playable. It's like a cinematic trailer erases people's memory of past games.
But heck, the graphics are nice, hating on CoD is the cool thing to do and hypocrisy doesn't matter as long as you are in a collective, so RIP CoD.Quote

13-06-2016, 06:22:40

Stato257
The cinematic were indeed nice but when the live 64 player game play started I knew this game was going to be immense and it was! This will run sweet on my gtx 1080 - whenever my system finally arrives!
Game play....https://youtu.be/m0QXFtIRSU0Quote
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