The initial launch trailer of Battlefield 1 left fans thirsty for more. It’s a fact that EA is one step ahead of Activision’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. While we may have to wait longer than expected to get a hands-on experience on Battlefield 1 beta, the gaming community can get their first-look at the gameplay thanks to E3.
Battlefield 1 gameplay to be shown at E3
According to Game Rant, EA will be hosting a live stream called Battlefield Squads where gamers will be playing Battlefield 1 multiplayer for the first time with 64 other players. E3 will begin the stream at 2 p.m. Pacific Time and 5 p.m. Eastern Time on June 12, Sunday.
While a lucky few get to experience playing the game at E3, Gotta Be Mobile says that the rest of the gamers around the world may watch the stream through the official Twitch page of Battlefield and various YouTube channels. They may also watch the videos via IGN and Machinima.
What makes the stream more interesting is that the players confirmed to participate in Battlefield Squads are YouTubers. Diablox9, Vardoc, and QJB will play against Team Neebs’ JackFrags, LevelCap, BFF-Engineer. StoneMountain64 and BFF-Noob will be be assigned as captains of the two teams.
EA has confirmed that Battlefiled 1 will hit stores on October 21 for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The official Battlefield Insider website has an open registration for early beta access for free. The game’s release date has yet to be announced, so gamers will have to stick around for more news.
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