Battlefield 1 was revealed just last night and it appears to have been welcomed by fans and gamers alike compared to the reveal of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
It goes to show people are tired of scrubby recycled futuristic FPS games.
...And Battlefield 1 looks really....really good.
Yeah but the masses will still buy it. MW Remaster tempted me, but after seeing BF1 reveal I have no issues waiting until the inevitable stand alone release of MW.
No, it goes to show how people are tired of cod futuristic games. A futuristic game done by dice (that doesn't try to rope in as many casuals as possible, like battlefront) could be really good.
I was tired of CoD in general after playing MW3 and they still couldn't convince me to come back. Incredibly stale and uncreative franchise.
Which is nice. But I still wanted gameplay.
Next month at the EA event, there will be gameplay. It will also be playable there.
Yep it'll probably be multiplayer gameplay at EA event and SP at Microsoft E3 or vice versa
They'll show a ton of it at E3 probably
Oh yeah. The trailer definitely has me excited . . . But I need to see what a match looks like before I get too pumped up. Can't wait to see more, though!
Until I actually see game-play or try the games I do not trust either.
I can't deny it, although I was introduced to CoD first and loved it, I geared towards Battlefield since BC, because I just had some great moments and I think that sticked with me. Then I had even more great moments with Battlefield and this new B1 just looks awesome in every way. Thanks Dice.
I haven't played Battlefield since BC2 and this is probably going to be the first BF game I buy in a long time.
Battlefield 1 looks more impressive in every way, the graphics, the story, the destruction of environments etc. Then there is the fact that Sci-fi is oversaturated on the market and most people want something more grounded in reality.
That it sure it does m8.
Im curious to why so many people want WW1 setting. Futuristic themes allows for more creativity and innovation.
Look at games like counter-strike which are bare-bones back to basics fps and has been hugely popular for over a decade.. It's not even that's it's ww1 (which will be interesting as I can't recall a ww1 game in recent memory) but that it won't have all the gimmicky crap that futuristic titles tend to use.. Innovation isn't always a good thing.. Nostalgia can be equally rewarding if not more so.. That said, I'm really excited for titanfall so i guess it's really down to alot of people are sick of cods "innovation" lol.. I know I'm completely done with cod as I feel the series is horrible now (IMO)
But, like in CoD's case, the series no longer feels as grounded as it did in the WW2 and MW days. Now there's all this use of jump jets and wallrunning to approach the enemy from multiple angles, sure it was fun for a bit, but people want to return to where good team coordination could block off a lane from an enemy advance, and where an enemy's location was more predictable.
And this means nothing at all as we know cod will destroy battlefield in sales as usual. The same people who left the dislikes will be the first to buy it and Activision knows this. These rivalry articles happen every time there is a new battlefield and cod coming out. It's always the same result in the end, cod dominates because it appeals to the masses. Doesn't make it the better game but truth is truth.
While I'm really happy for it and hope it blasts COD out of the water but since when did youtube likes count for anything? In fact it's like a completely new trend I've seen on here at least in the last week and still scratching my head as to it's overall relevance.
Is this a thing now? YouTube battles?
It's funny. I like BF more than COD but youtube likes won't make a difference in sells. If BF1 some how sells more then good but BO3 sold 20m and Infinite Warfare will do the same.
The future is dead and the past is alive and well. With all the fan hype for Battlefield 1, it will bode well for possibly an epic WWII game next time around for Dice.
People have stooped so low to compare YouTube like ratios.
Lol Trailer is now nearing the top 10 most disliked videos on youtube. That's almost impressive. Sitting in 11th so far. No doubt it will keep going up in the days to come. Will not be purchasing this year.
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