A brand new video releases online showcasing the gun gameplay for all four character classes in DICE’s and Electronic Arts’ World War I shooter Battlefield 1.
Reddit user Lobix300 data mines the Battlefield 1 closed alpha, prematurely revealing the game’s weapons, maps, game modes, campaign levels, and more.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts teases that news regarding the open beta for its forthcoming World War I first-person shooter Battlefield 1 is coming soon.
One Game Rant editor goes hands-on with Battlefield 1’s multiplayer and its absurd player count, vehicles, and visually stunning battles. Battlefield has never looked this good.
Game Rant picks the best games on-hand at E3 2016, a year in which there may not have been many surprises but tons of games that caught fans’ eyes on the show floor.
Game Rant goes hands-on with Battlefield 1 multiplayer to see if the new World War I setting can erase some of the struggles the series has had in the past.
Developer DICE confirms the initial playable multiplayer nations for Battlefield 1, with several countries notable for their involvement in World War I curiously absent.
Electronic Arts hosts a celebrity-filled 64 player battle in Battlefield 1 to show off an in-depth look at multiplayer gameplay, and give a glimpse at several unseen aspects of the game.
The moment we’ve all been waiting for finally arrives in the form of an official Battlefield 1 gameplay trailer, courtesy of EA’s press conference at E3 2016.
Electronic Arts isn’t officially a part of E3 2016, but the company is still having a Sunday press conference to highlight its upcoming games. Watch the stream live right here.
The game developers at DICE reveal some of the details involving the World War 1 weapons for use in its forthcoming first-person shooter Battlefield 1.
The official Battlefield Twitter account teases fans with a short Battlefield 1 in-engine trailer that hints at multiplayer game footage coming in just a few days.
In a new interview, Battlefield 1 multiplayer producer Andreas Morell talks about a number of new features, including what appears to be an updated hand-to-hand combat system.
Speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology Conference, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen reveals that Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 will release just three weeks apart.
Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen admits to the company’s initial worries that its younger Battlefield 1 audience wouldn’t know that World War I actually happened.
Those wanting to see some actual gameplay of upcoming WW1 shooter Battlefield 1 are in luck, as EA announces a livestream showing off the game’s 64-man multiplayer combat.
With E3 2016 right around the corner, we take a look at the games we’re most looking forward to seeing at the event, including Battlefield 1, the new Zelda, and more.