Can We Trust The 'Star Wars: Battlefront' Reveal Trailer?

Throwing Digital Sheep discusses why the reveal trailer for 'Star Wars: Battlefront' probably isn't representing the final game.

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masterfox909d ago (Edited 909d ago )

if it was for PS4 and PC only so absolutely, but since is coming to the xbone is not trustworthy then.

Nitrowolf2908d ago

Wow, seriously dude just had to go there

HaveSumNuts908d ago

The devs used the term "in game assets" with a disclaimer near the end of the trailer stating it's not representative of the final product. It's just basically a cinematic using the frostbite engine that's all there is to it.

Dhampir908d ago

The trailer was a PC tech demo. Go look at DA:I, and you'll have an idea of what the PS4 and XBox versions will look like.

With it launching after Windows 10/Direct X 12, and PC being their lead platform, I have a feeling all consoles are going to be far behind.

bananaboats908d ago

Wow that's completely ignorant to say. It's people like yourself that give gamers a bad name, people like you who dont deserve to be called a gamer.

hello12908d ago

It was a cinematic whats there not to trust?

People have seen a demo of gameplay they have played it. Dice could release it anytime if they wanted but i think its because of E3 coming up.

MilkMan908d ago

Nope. But, since there is nothing to play on our shinny new consoles other than re-masters "gamers" are pawning everything they have to buy this game.

DanteVFenris666908d ago

That's too bad, I'm not playing an remastered and loving the current next gen games

spence52490908d ago

Yea, just like you can trust your congressmen, car salesmen, that guy who works with your wife, kickstarter, that pop up ad, torrents, and the Nigerian statesmen who you just found out has been holding a million dollars in inheritance for you.

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