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  1. Following DICE's Battlefield 1 announcement on Friday, competitor Infinity Ward (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare) has come out to praise the World War 1 shooter's announcement and more. Writing on Facebook (via DualShockers), Infinity Ward said about Battlefield 1's announcement, "It's a great reveal trailer. Kudos to the DICE team." Elsewhere, Infinity Ward director of communications Eric Monacelli said on Twitter, "Congrats to the @EA_DICE team on the reveal. Great song choice, looks superb with interesting mechanics teased. #BattlefieldWorldPremiere." Battlefield 1's announcement video (watch it here) used a version of The White Stripes hit "Seven Nation Army," while Infinite Warfare's trailer was set to a heavier version of David Bowie's "Space Oddity." Other Infinity Ward developers also spoke to out to praise Battlefield 1's announcement; head to DualShockers to see a recap of who said what. Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1 are direct competitors in the FPS space. Battlefield 1 comes out first, launching on October 21, while Infinite Warfare is slated to debut on November 4. SOURCE
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