E3 2016: Battlefield 1 Trailers Shows Big Battles, Burning Blimps And Vehicles
(Last Updated On: June 12, 2016)

EA and DICE recently revealed the latest explosive E3 video for Battlefield 1. The new trailer was revealed during Electronic Arts’ Pre-E3 EA Play Press Conference, which contains the first gameplay trailer for the next installment in the Battlefield series. The game will go live October 21st, this year, for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

I do have to say that the newest trailer for the game got me pumped to see even more. Being a fan of WW1 and FPS games, it doesn’t come in as a surprise that the first trailer, and now this E3 gameplay video, has me interested enough to want to see even more. But, it’s worth noting that I’m still a little scared about its launch and if it will be riddled with unplayable glitches, given some of the other installments and their launches.

The trailer runs for two minutes showing off large amounts of gameplay from air combat to ground forces, and even motorized vehicles. Other scenes showcased during the event consist of artillery shelling designated locations, tanks plowing through the field and a train wrecking havoc in the desert.

Tagging along with the video is the official description, which if you want, you can read below.

“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.”

If you can’t wait any longer and you need your Battlefiled fix now, you can check out the video, which was posted up by Battlefield‘s official YouTube channel.

Like before, the newest game will be running on the Frostbite Engine and will feature loads of destruction, as seen above. In addition, both air and ground troops will be affected by weather and the terrain, opting both opposing sides to adjust when things start changing midway during heated battles.

Lastly, the game will sport a campaign mode and will feature a list of vehicles and weapons throughout. I’m not sure how the end result will turn out, but I am interested to see even more gameplay. Battlefield 1 will release on PS4, PC and Xbox One this October, on the 21st.


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  • Dave The Sandman

    They need to slow the planes and tanks down……unless the Mark IVs are somehow fitted with frickin racing engines and the biplanes fitted with jets. The German A7V tank looked like a racing car.