‘Battlefield 1’ Beta Release Date Set At Gamescom 2016? Latest Trailer Shows More Weapons [Video]

‘Battlefield 1’ Beta Release Date Set At Gamescom 2016? Latest Trailer Shows More Weapons [Video]
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The Battlefield 1 beta test release is something that is expected to happen this October. While that should be something to look forward to, equally interesting is how it can entice players to their advanced weapons (i.e. high-tech, laser-sighted assault rifles) once the game comes out.


Full Artillery In Display

Thanks to a trailer, the weapons to look forward have been revealed. The weapons are not purely about the M16s or rifles that gamers have been exposed but more on the armory, which houses several high-powered firearms.

“The arsenal of Battlefield 1’s weaponry is super-exciting to me,” said design director Lars Gustavsson. “We have been allowed to open up a totally new world. [It’s] not another M16 that we’re about to build.”

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Worth noting is that the roster of weapons that Battlefield 1 carries is not about recalling past and familiar weapons to appease players. Rather, players can arm themselves with more modern artillery.

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Battlefield 1 will be playable on PS4, Xbox One and PC, though EA Dice has kept a close lid on the actual release date of the game. With Gamescom 2016 set to kick off this Aug. 17, there is a chance that more credible information will be shed to the much hyped game.

Battlefield 1 Beat Or Full Release?

With Gamescom 2016 spanning from Aug. 17 to 21, will EA Dice come out with a beta or full release for the gamers who will be on hand?

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Based on the latest rants, a beta reveal of Battlefield 1 is looming as more likely. But then again, it never hurts to hope for the best, surprises that game development companies have been notorious of doing.

Either way, Gamescom 2016 is only about a week away so awaiting Battlefield 1 beta gamers need not worry that much. More details on the full release may even be mentioned so keep an eye out.

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