In the eternal battle of Battlefield vs. Call of Duty, Electronic Arts once more pulled the trigger first and released Battlefield 1 on October 21th (to be followed by Call of Duty on November 4th). Following the first in-game experiences, we decided to do a review on game itself and on hardware needed to run this baby. There was much controversy surrounding Battlefield 1 and its return to World War I, also known as The Great War. Concerns about whether or not such delicate subject matter could ever be given the treatment it deserves, especially in a video game, are justified. This is unquestionably the
At the Dreamhack 2016, which is taking place in Austin, TX – Electronic Arts and DICE unveiled a trailer for Battlefield 1. The name of the game stands for World War I, where this epic shooter will take place. Perhaps the most underrepresented clash in the world of computer games, WWI gave birth to modern warfare. Battles were taking place not on a single battlefield, where two armies would stand one against another and shoot until one party won, but rather fight to the death regardless of time of day. Watch this intensive trailer and see what are we talking about: The Official Reveal Trailer shows battlefields
Nvidia Pascal Editor’s Day is taking shape as select group of press, analysts and gaming VIPs are flying to Austin, the capitol of Texas, and then being driven to a W Hotel where the festivities will take place. We already know that Electronic Arts will reveal next installation of Battlefield franchise at 1PM Pacific, 10PM Central European Time while we can now deliver the news that the public part of Pascal Editor’s Day will take place at 6PM Pacific, Midnight Zulu i.e. GMT, and 2AM in Europe. Conveniently for Asian markets, the stream will take place in the morning hours on Saturday, i.e. weekend. Previous launches almost
After numerous speculations, we finally have a confirmation of the hardware requirements for the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront game. The public beta is coming out on October 8th, with the fans all over the world having something to rejoice. This beta is more planned to be a stress test than anything else, with the full game being released a month later – on November 19th. The upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront represents a nice blend of Star Wars universe and themed places, combined with the silky smooth Battlefield-like gameplay in one. It will certainly be a coveted, AAA title for both Star Wars and FPS fans around. Let’s not forget the DICE and EA
Tattooine, Sullust, Hoth and Endor might have three maps a piece.
Battlefront will feature huge 40 player PVP battles, explosive dogfights with X-Wings and TIE fighters, and you’ll even be able to play as Darth Vader of Boba Fett.
A brief bit of Battlefront footage takes us back to the forest moon of Endor for some speeder-bike chaos.
EA plans to unveil DICE’s new Battlefront shooter at the biggest Star Wars event of the year.