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New Battlefield 1 Single Player Trailer Shows The Frostbite Engine At Its Best

Aernout
Posted Sep 27, 2016
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EA and DICE have released a new Battlefield 1 single player which shows off some gorgeous cutscene visuals.

The single player trailer was teased yesterday, and now we can finally enjoy DICE’s official single player trailer for the upcoming Battlefield 1. Previous trailers for the game were already impressive, and this new 2-minute extended trailer doesn’t disappoint either.

Check out the official trailer below:

Accompanied by the epic track “Sun and Stars” from RSM, the trailer sets the mood for one hell of a campaign mode.

EA’s latest Battlefield installment was officially announced back in May of this year, and will allow players to battle across the globe.

Battlefield 1 takes you across multiple and varied locations in a bid to fight your way through immersive battles. From tight urban fights in a besieged French city, to big open spaces in the Italian Alps and frantic combats in the deserts of Arabia, discover a world at war through an adventure-filled campaign.

In a true multiplayer sandbox experience, take to the skies and engage in high-octane dogfights through treacherous landscapes, or have a battleship obliterating the coast from the sea, and engage in some of the biggest battles ever seen as empires clash for supremacy.

“The game will deliver a fresh experience full of what makes Battlefield great, with a multiplayer sandbox, immersion, epic scale, authenticity, team play and an ever-changing world full of unexpected Battlefield moments,“  said Aleksander Grøndal, Senior Producer, DICE. “We’re inviting players on an epic journey across a war-torn world, taking them to the Great War and providing something both varied and unique in Battlefield 1.”

Battlefield 1 releases on October 21 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. EA Access and Origin members will be able to play the game three days early on October 18. This also applies to those who have purchased a deluxe edition of the game (regardless of platform).

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