Star Wars Battlefront – Gameplay Trailer Will “Break the Internet” – EA Teases Stormtrooper
Star Wars Battlefront is going to be making its gameplay footage debut at the Star Wars Celebration on April 17, and we have been getting teases during the last few days both from members of the development team as well as from a select few that were lucky enough to have seen the game in action already.
With the reveal getting even closer, the team at DICE is getting overly excited. Gameplay Analyst Christian Johannesén and Global Community Manager Vincent V. Vukovic, for example, teased that the Internet will break after the reveal of the Star Wars Battlefront trailer.
On the agenda next week: Break the Internet.
— Vincent Vukovic
The destruction of the Internet: It will be as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in excitement. https://t.co/zmk1P9ANwD
— Christian Johannesén (@phatseejay) April 12, 2015
This kind of excitement is to be expected, for an absolutely massive project like Star Wars Battlefront. The team has been given a huge task, have been working tirelessly using the actual props and models from the movies and even visiting and studying the original film locations, to capture every little detail in perfection, and as genuinely as possible.
The close collaboration with Lucasfilm, the extraordinary talent of the developing team composed of huge Star Wars fans, as well as the incredible tools provided by the Frostbite engine, will surely shape an incredible result that will likely leave us breathless.
EA released two new images teasing the Stormtrooper in what appears to be the actual in-game model. The two images when combined together they form a quite nice looking picture, with some very nice little detail.
The first gameplay footage for Star Wars Battlefront will be revealed on April 17 2015 at the Star Wars Celebration event, and we will bring you all the details as well as the gameplay trailer as soon as it becomes available.
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