Electronic Arts released the first ever PC gameplay footage of Star Wars Battlefront out of E3 2015 today. The gameplay footage shows off the iconic Hoth planet and showcases such vehicles as the AT-AT and many more.
MY GOD this game looks amazing.. hearing good things from folks there at the show as well..
If you want to spend a sitton of money maybe. I love my pc but it's all subjective if you want to spend a shit ton of money every few years.
people's budget is as varied as people themselves. Hopefully you learn soon that there are so many different people... you just can't make generalizations such as "shit ton of money." Kids with little money grow up to be adults with large salaries, and spending a few thousand every few years on pc is no big deal, and spend a few thousand several times per year on holiday.
the sounds Dice, the sounds, f'ing awesome!!!
Honestly, it doesn't look that good honestly....
yeah its sad when twitch streams of a wiiu games look better than any footage of youtube.
The snowy Hoth level is the least impressive one, but how can you say it doesn't look good? It looks outstanding to me, and some of the other levels show off what I would consider the best graphics in a videogame so far. Have you seen the Tatooine and Endor levels? Check this out: https://m.youtube.com/watch...
Yea, that does look amazing.. not sure why the Hoth level did not look as good.. maybe Co Op has better graphics than MP??
anyone else but me get that "CoD Perk" feeling at the end where you call in X-Wing support? anyone? because i am so jazzed for this game.
This could be the best Star Wars game in year and if wasn't being made by EA, I'd probably temper my expectations even less. I'm gonna still wait on reviews for this, but hot dog this look awesome. The sound effects are spot-on.
Double post But Star Wars deserves it and SWBF3 looks so good
Ok where is the 4k footage? Gonna spend months on this easily and buy every Dlc pak.
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