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  1. BHL Stream Team

    Hi Guys, Was wondering if we have many streamers on BHL to start some sort of Stream team and stream together. Just a thought....
  2. Feedback on Destiny 2 Beta

    As we all seen Destiny 2 Beta was just out recently and am curious to see what everyone's feedback is about the game thus far. I know with being a Beta, a lot of things may change and there are bugs etc to be fixed. Did you like the game? Was it better than the first destiny? Let everyone know what you think about it. As for myself, I have yet to play the beta and would want to buy the game if its worth the time. What is your opinion on Destiny 2! 5 Stars? Let us know....
  3. Looking for other gamers

    Hello friends, I just got my new gaming PC, and was looking for some people to play with.. I wouldn't mind having some recommendations on some good games, as well as some people to play those games with. Here are the specs to my Computer; -Intel Core i7 7700 Quad Core 3.2GHz Processor -NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB -16GB DDR4-2400MHz -1TB SATA III HHD -120GB SSD -Windows 10 Home -RGB Coloring with Tempered Glass. So I Can run a lot of games, and have VR Ready. My steam name is " [patron]Puggle[/patron]" and Discord is always on now if anyone has questions, or wants to hit me up to play. Ill maybe post a setup picture at a later date.
  4. Let me know if your interested in helping me start a clan... this could be a great thing! Im 20ys old, from the United States and just looking to play with people as well!
  5. Profile Awards Bug

    To All Staff, I hope I used the correct contact method regarding this concern. If not, I have left a message regarding this using the Contact Us feature if anyone hasn't already noticed. Sorry for the bother though, but it seems I have run into a bug/error code (see attached image), while trying to view the 2nd page on my profile awards tab (doesn't matter whether this is on mobile or not). So far I have tried 3 different browsers with no luck both on mobile and PC. Any help on this is appreciated and thanks for your time in advance. If it helps, here is further information. Equipment Used: iPhone 6 Plus and HP Pavilion 13 x360 OS: iOS, Windows 10 iOS Build: Latest Windows Build: Latest Browsers Used: Firefox, Edge (Microsoft Edge), Safari, Chrome (Google Chrome) Browser Builds: Latest iOS Browser App Builds: Latest Regards, BHL Warrior
  6. Original story: It looks very much like PS Now, the streaming game service that offers PS3 games on the PS4 for a monthly subscription fee, is coming to the PC. It happened in a strange way: The alt text on several images in yesterday's “How PlayStation VR Worlds was brought to life with extraordinary art” post on the EU PlayStation Blog is, “PS Now on PC Announce Post by PlayStation Blog Europe, on Flickr.” Yup, that seems pretty clear-cut. PS Now is built on the Gaikai streaming technology, and currently offers a selection of hundreds of PS3 games—the full list is here—for $20 per month, or $45 for three months. Moving to the PC means that we'll very suddenly have access to games that were previously exclusive to the Sony platform, including The Last of Us, The Unfinished Swan, Uncharted, Flow, and a pile of others, albeit streaming, not as full ports. Sony hasn't commented on the leak yet, but it looks like the alt text has now been changed. For now, the news is unconfirmed, but we'll keep an eye on things and let you know what happens. Update: Sony has now officially announced the coming launch of PlayStation Now on the PC, first in parts of Europe and “shortly thereafter” in North America. “This will bring a wide selection of PlayStation exclusive titles to Windows PC for the very first time, including entries in the Uncharted, God of War, and Ratchet & Clank franchises, as well as beloved PS3 games like The Last of Us and Journey,” Sony said. “Current subscribers have a new way to access PS Now’s library of over 400 games, and the PC app provides a new way for even more gamers to discover and play the service.” Sony also announced a new DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adapter, which will enable DualShock 4 controllers to be connected wirelessly to PCs and Macs. The device will sell for $25 and will enable support of all buttons, the analog sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration, and the headset jack. The recommended system requirements for PS Now: Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 or 10 3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8 GHz AMD A10 or faster 300 MB or more; 2 GB or more of RAM Sound card; USB port Minimum 5Mbps internet connection An exact release date will be announced in the (hopefully) near future. Source: http://www.pcgamer.com/ps-now-on-pc-leak/#
  7. One of the world's most popular video games, "Minecraft," is also one of the world's largest video games. Each "Minecraft" world that the game generates is 60 million one-meter blocks by 6o million one-meter blocks, to say nothing of the blocks going up and down on the z-axis. "Minecraft" is big enough that it enables players to build gigantic creations, like this AT-AT. Put more simply: If you were to walk straight and keep walking from the moment you started a new "Minecraft" world, it'd take several days — in real time — to reach the edge of the world. If that sounds huge, that's because it IS huge. But a new game is way, way bigger: "No Man's Sky." See that planet? You can go literally anywhere on it! And that's because "No Man's Sky," a PlayStation 4 and PC title, is a space exploration game that contains its own universe. And that universe is full of planets, the vast majority of which are full of alien life. How many planets? So, so many: 18 quintillion is the number thrown around by the game's creators at Hello Games. If you're anything like me, you've never seen a number in the quintillions before. A quintillion is a number followed by eighteen zeroes. There are this many planets in "No Man's Sky": 18,000,000,000,000,000,000. Right. This is the "map" in "No Man's Sky." It's literally a star chart, and you can go to any of these star systems (all of which have planets). And each of those planets, on average, is the size of Jupiter — the actual planet Jupiter. So if you take the surface area of Jupiter and multiple it by 18 quintillion you get... a number that's ridiculously high, to the point that it's meaningless to express with words. It is a number that's literally beyond human comprehension (kinda like 18 quintillion!). That you can hop in your spaceship and jet from planet to planet is an incredible achievement for a game so large. Incredibly, "No Man's Sky" was built by a team of just 15 game developers working out of Guildford, England. This, of course, begs the question, "How in the world did a small team of game developers create the biggest game ever made?" The simple answer is "algorithms," which of course explains very little. "No Man's Sky," like "Minecraft," is a "procedurally-generated" game. In so many words, that means that — inste ad of hand-crafting each planet, which would be literally impossible — the team created a handful of base elements (animals, plants, etc.) that algorithms can divide into quintillions of derivations. This can produce some... strange results. Like this (super creepy) guy: And this... thing: But it also produced the world's largest game, and for that we're infinitely thankful. Now, if you'll excuse us, we have a few quintillion planets to explore. Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/no-mans-sky-is-even-bigger-than-minecraft-2016-8
  8. More has been confirmed about Fallout 4: Nuka World, which is still to receive an official release date from Bethesda. Nuka World is set for launch in August on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, although the latest game update that adds support for it, Fallout 4 1.7, has yet to be launched for consoles. According to new reports, Fallout 4 Nuka World will clock in at around 3.6GB on Steam, which would mean it is a bigger expansion that Far Harbor. The new DLC will cost £19.99 GBP when launched and is based in an Amusement Park taken over and run by Raiders. Nuka World will boast several new zones, including Wild West, Safari Zone, Kiddie Kingdom and the Galactic Zone. But there will also be other places added to the Pip-Boy Map, including Synth Head, The Hub, The bottling Plant, Monorail, Raider Settlement and Vassal Settlement. One new feature that will be coming to the game will be the ability to use Raider Gangs to take over settlements, it is currently unclear how this will work and how in-depth this new mechanic will prove. Having confirmed that Fallout 4 PS4 mods support is still under evaluation at Bethesda earlier this week, the studio have supplied a little more information on what kind of release we can expect. Bethesda’s Pete Hines has been keeping fans informed, recently revealing that he is unable to speed up the process, adding: “There is not a thing I can do to make PS4 mods happen faster.” Hines has made it clear that the most recent messages regarding the evaluation process don’t mean there are still major hurdles to cross to take the new PS4 mods support live. "I didn't say there were any problems," he tweeted. "Just that the process is still under review." Fans have been waiting to find out more on when the new modding action would arrive on the PlayStation 4 console - Xbox One fans have been enjoying player-created content for a long stint. "We’re working w/ Sony on Fallout 4 Mod support for PS4," an official Fallout 4 message on Twitter reads. Source: http://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/gaming/700016/Fallout-4-Nuka-World-PS4-mods-Xbox-One-DLC-Bethesda-Pete-Hines
  9. Today during an earnings call, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot shared some new details on the upcoming Watch Dogs sequel. First, the executive teased that Watch Dogs 2 will have a "new tone," though he didn't expand on that point. On the subject of sales, Guillemot did not offer any specific unit projections, though he said the game has the potential to be one of Ubisoft's best-selling games of all time. He also referenced the game as being its best-selling title of fiscal year 2017, which would put it ahead of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, For Honor, and an unannounced AAA new IP. In addition, Guillemot said Watch Dogs 2 will have "innovative" gameplay, but again, he did not share any further specifics on this front. The first Watch Dogs sold more than 9 million copies into retail, and its creative director has been vocal about what he would like to do with the franchise next. Earlier this month, an image appeared of what could be Watch Dogs 2's main character. Although Ubisoft has confirmed Watch Dogs 2 is in development, it has not released any further details about the title. The game will launch before the end of Ubsoft's current financial year, which runs through the end of March 2017. Also during the earnings call today, Ubisoft said it will announce "lots of dates" for its upcoming games at E3 2016. Here is exactly when Ubisoft's briefing is scheduled to take place. Source
  10. A lot of the hype and excitement around the upcoming Battlefield 1 seems to be rooted in the fact that after a few years of misguided attempts at being Call of Duty, the series seems to be, at last,returning to its roots, with a historically authentic setting, and an emphasis on emergent gameplay and dynamic destruction. And for the first time ever, it sounds like console players will get to join in on the fun of true Battlefield as well. One of the hallmarks of that ‘true’ Battlefield gameplay is 64 player multiplayer- and DICE today confirmed that Battlefield 1 will indeed have 64 player multiplayer, allowing for the kind of massive, teamwork based, objective oriented multiplayer gameplay that made the series such a hit to begin with. Even more excitingly, at least for PC players, is the fact that a server browser has been confirmed for online multiplayer- no more of the lag and latency, or the host advantage, that comes with peer to peer multiplayer gameplay. Battlefield 1 will launch this October on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Source
  11. Call of Duty fans nothing if not passionate, and they’re determined to make Infinite Warfare’s debut trailer break all the wrong records. The reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has not been well received by series fans since its release over a week ago. The trailer was in sort of a internet competition with Battlefield 1’s first trailer, and it’s so far lost in every category. Earlier this week, Infinite Warfare’s trailer achieved the status of becoming the most disliked trailer in YouTube history. Looking at the YouTube’s most disliked videos playlist, you can see it rose up even more, and it’s clear the trailer is getting closer and closer to being in the top three most disliked videos ever. You can watch this trailer (and listen to the abominable David Bowie cover) one more time below: Call of Duty players left and right have been voicing their disinterest in the game’s futuristic setting. Even though the trailer included a teaser for the often-requested Modern Warfare remaster, Activision’s decision to only bundle it with the Legacy Edition frustrated many. Source
  12. During Ubisoft’s financial conference call related to the fiscal year ended on March 31st, 2016, CFO Alain Martinez mentioned a couple of interesting data points on Tom Clancy’s The Division. First of all, he mentioned that the game saw 91% of returning players during the past four weeks. Secondly, we also hear that it had 20% season pass attach rate, meaning that two in every ten gamers that purchased the game, also got its season pass. With more expansions coming, it’ll be interesting to see what kind of tail The Division will have, especially considering its 9.5 million registered users announced earlier today. Source
  13. From trench spade to Lewis gun, here’s every weapon, gadget and explosive confirmed for Battlefield 1 so far. Now the dust has settled on DICE’s big Battlefield reveal, it’s time we took stock of all the hardware you’ll be playing with in the new shooter. There may be some concerns that the World War One setting of Battlefield 1 might restrict the amount of weapons and gear available to players, or that it could be a step back from the devastating weaponry we’ve grown used to in previous games. But what this early 20th Century setting brings is a blend of early mass-produced firepower alongside the previous century’s more primitive weapons. That’s why the figure on the key art for Battlefield 1 stands with a semi-automatic pistol and a mace. It’s that contrast that should hopefully provide plenty of tactical opportunities. Source
  14. Battlefield 1 is going back to World War I, but that doesn’t mean there’ll be a downturn in variety of weapon, vehicle and gameplay. “There’s this common misconception that WWI was just muskets or something,” lead designer Danny Berlin told Gamespot. “But it wasn’t. It was a time of new weapons–bolt-action rifles, automatic rifles, semi-automatic rifles. The freedom we have is massive.” “This was the first time ever that people saw light tanks, heavy tanks, armored trucks,” DICE design director Lars Gustavsson added. “If you pop your head up from a trench and see a tank about to roll over you, you should get out of there. In the air, we have bombers to clear the way for your troops. If you’re in a bomber, you might want to have a buddy scouting for you on the ground. Dogfights with multiple people in planes, someone in the rear seat shooting at the person behind you. And of course battleships can demolish entire shorelines.” Gustavsson said that DICE’s research made the team aware that World War I was the “dawn of all-out war”, with loads of different fronts to explore. “This was a worldwide conflict. It stretched from China to Europe and all over the globe. Trench Warfare was just a small part of it. The fights in the deserts, the fights up in the mountains of Italy – there were so many things that I, at least, hadn’t heard about,” he said. “I always thought the battle for oil started later, in the Second World War, but it started within this era. So we went from the picture you’re painting, but realized that there’s so much more to World War One than trench warfare. There was the invention of new technology, the need for new weapons, the creation of light machine guns. “The world changed during WW1. There were four great empires that ceased to exist just because of it. Lots of great inventions came about during it, even things you don’t think about like trench coats and zippers and teabags.” Source
  15. Battlefield 1 looks like a glorious return to form for a franchise that had definitely lost its way a fair bit in recent years. The game, which returns to DICE’s strength of open world, emergent shooter arenas, and authentically recreated historical settings, looks like it will be the best Battlefield game in a very long time- at least since 2010’s Battlefield Bad Company 2. If you have been curious for some more details on the game that DICE simply won’t talk much about, then you are in luck- YouTube user Jackfrags attended a presentation in London, where he got to learn more about the title, and he released a new video which summarizes a lot of what he knows about the game. A lot of the information sounds exciting. For instance, Battlefield 1 will have persistent squads- you’ll always be in a squad of five. This goes hand in hand with the game’s new, highly differentiated classes. Most exciting, though, is how the weapons come into play- for instance, bombers can be used to drop ordinances on the battlefield, while tanks are massive weapons of destruction. Each tanks feels and controls differently from the other, and some of them can carry an entire squad at a time. Armored cars are also in the game, as are naval boats, and other vehicles, such as trains on the map. What should be most exciting to players is that dynamic destruction is back, with DICE moving away from scripted Levolution- as a matter of fact, it sounds like Battlefield 1 will have the most destruction on the map than any previous game in the series. Battlefield 1 is due out on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in October. Source
  16. Battlefield 1 was announced last week with a trailer, and if you're wondering if people like it or not, then we've got an answer for you: it's eclipsed one million likes on YouTube, which makes it the most liked trailer of all time. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was announced a week prior, and... well, it's not quite as popular. The futuristic shooter has surpassed one million dislikes, making it the most disliked trailer of all time (via Forbes). Battlefield 1, at the time of publishing, has just over 1,107,000 likes, slotting it just behind Beyonce's Drunk in Love music video. Its also got a positive like:dislike ratio with just over 20,000 negative votes. It's worth noting that Battlefield 1 has not been added to the linked YouTube playlist, so this information may not be completely accurate. On the other end of the spectrum in more than just name, Infinite Warfare sits at nearly 1,400,000 dislikes. Not only does this make it the most disliked trailer of all time, it makes it the fifth most disliked video in YouTube history. It's ahead of Miley Cyrus's "Wrecking Ball" and closing in on "Gangnam Style" by Psy. Again, it's worth noting these numbers may not be 100% accurate. For comparison, the official trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has just over 660,000 likes, while its teaser brought in over 144,000. YouTube users aren't the only ones who 'like' the trailer. Infinite Warfare developer Infinity Ward posted to its Facebook page, saying "It's a great reveal trailer. Kudos to the DICE team." Additionally, Infinity Ward's director of communications, Eric Monacelli, tweeted congratulations to DICE and said, "Great song choice, looks superb with interesting mechanics teased." GameSpot attended a Battlefield 1 reveal event last week, where we learned about the game's multiplayer, which reemphasizes its land-air-and-sea gameplay with swords, biplanes, and battleships. Lead designer Danny Berlin also discussed the single-player, which he says"will more accurately reflect Battlefield's open sandboxes" and offer "much more choice and variety than [it's] done before." Talking to GamesBeat, he revealed that the story will follow multiple characters including the Bedouin woman warrior from the trailer. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, on the other hand, may be set in the future, but its developer says that the story's inspiration comes from war, not science fiction. However, Infinity Ward says the space setting allows for some unique features like "crazy environments," zero-gravity combat, and spaceship dogfights. In addition to the futuristic warfare, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will beremastered and released with premium editions of the game that range in price from $80-$120. This will be the only way to get the remastered Modern Warfare, as it won't be sold on its own. Battlefield 1 releases for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 21. You can get three-day early access through EA and Origin Access on Xbox One and PC or by purchasing a deluxe edition of the game. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare hits the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 4. The PS4 will have timed-exclusivity on the game's DLC because of a deal that started with last year's Black Ops III. Source
  17. Paradox's PC sci-fi strategy game Stellaris is a record-breaker. The publisher announced today that the game, released on May 9, sold more than 200,000 copies in its first 24 hours. This broke the "revenue record for any of Paradox Interactive's previous titles during the same period," the company said in a news release. The standard edition of Stellaris sells for $40. "For the internal development studio, the game has broken every record available and is the studio's fastest selling game ever," Paradox added. Additionally, Stellaris had 68,000 simultaneous players on launch day, breaking a record set by Paradox's other big hit, Cities: Skylines. "We are immensely proud of the Paradox team for putting together such a stellar release," Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester said in a punny statement. "This release is the result of hard work and dedication from the entire company and in particular Paradox Development Studio. The incredible reception by players, indicated for instance by the Steam user reviews, is all the proof we could ask for that our hard work paid off. Our fans have put their faith in us and Stellaris will be a part of Paradox's onwards journey for a long time to come." Stellaris game director Henrik Fåhraeus added that he is "immensely satisfied" that the developer's "leap of faith" with this project is working out. "We are listening very keenly to all the feedback we are getting and look forward to many years of continued expansions and improvements to the game. Let's make space great again, together!" he said. Stellaris is a sci-fi grand strategy game. It's set in outer space, with procedurally generated planets and solar systems. There are thousands to explore, and a multitude of alien races to meet, converse with, and learn about. The gameplay comprises empire-building, exploration, diplomacy, military pursuits, and even a ship designer. You can play as numerous different species, each with their own traits, backstories, and engineering styles. There's also a plethora of random AI species to encounter. Source
  18. Battlefield 1 senior producer Aleksander Grøndal answered a series of questions about the World War 1 game today as part of a Twitter Q&A. Among other things, he confirmed that the shooter will have a server browser (though he didn't say if this was PC-only or offered on consoles, too) and that settings include the Italian Alps and Arabian deserts, just to name two. Scroll down to see more from today's Q&A. Battlefield 1 Twitter Q&A Details: Via: DualShockers Vehicles are "unique," and the gameplay reflects that. The campaign will feel "much more like Battlefield." Multiple people can fly in the same plane. There will be classic modes and new ones. There will be a server browser, but not clear yet if it's on all platforms. Naval vessels are also included, though no word yet on what they are. Settings: Italian Alps and Arabian deserts, just to name two. All weapon attachments will be "era authentic." There are single- and multi-person tanks. Battlefield 1 launches on October 21, though people with an EA/Origin Access membership or those who pick up the deluxe edition can get in on October 18. Additionally, a beta will be held sometime before launch. In other news, Battlefield 1's announcement trailer is the most-liked trailer on YouTube, while Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's is the most disliked. Source
  19. Electronic Arts today reported earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter ended March 31--and results were strong. The company posted a profit for the quarter and full year, while Star Wars Battlefront was a particularly bright spot, shipping 14 million copies, up from the 13 million figure announced in January. In other news about Battlefront, EA said more than 15 percent of the game's players were "new to the EA ecosystem," though we don't know how this compares to other EA games. EA pays Disney a licensing fee for Battlefront and all of its other Star Wars games, so the margin profile on these is likely not as good as fully owned franchises like Mass Effect or Battlefield. Still, 14 million copies shipped is a big number; in fact, it is even above EA's own projections for the game. Looking ahead, EA has suggested that multiple Battlefront sequels may be on the way. "FY16 was a phenomenal year for Electronic Arts as we connected hundreds of millions of players to great new games, and helped them connect with each other through rich and dynamic live services," EA CEO Andrew Wilson said in a statement. “The year ahead is packed with excitement. Fans are thrilled with the intense action and epic scale of Battlefield 1, our EA Sports titles will take major leaps in innovation, and we'll bring new experiences from our most popular brands to more players on more devices." Here are some other standout game-related details from EA's earnings briefing: EA claims it was the number one publisher for PS4 and Xbox One game in the west, according to "available sources" and internal estimates. EA says it was the number one most-downloaded mobile game publisher for all of calendar year 2015, citing data from App Annie More than 54 million people played EA Sports games on console during the fiscal year, up 65 percent compared to the year prior. As for Battlefield, the franchise--across all released--saw 9.4 million unique players in the fiscal fourth quarter. The Sims 4 player base "grew by nearly two-thirds throughout the fiscal year," though no specific numbers were divulged .Additionally, The Sims FreePlay for mobile hit 200 million installs. Madden NFL Mobile monthly active players rose 30 percent in the fiscal fourth quarter. Source
  20. Rockstar shared a few details about what we could expect to see coming to GTA Online this year, saying they are bringing “massive, feature-rich” updates. An upcoming update will follow up on the Executives and Other Criminals update by adding a lot to the game. Things coming include contraband trafficking, new properties, new stunt-ready vehicles and gear, Adversary Modes, and more. Take a look at the details below taken from the News Wire post by RockstarGames. Take a look at some of the new teaser screenshots below: Source
  21. Halo‘s popular Infection mode is headed to Halo 5: Guardians later this month. The classic, originally fan-made mode pits humans and zombies against one another. The humans fight to survive while the zombies aim to infect and bring all humans over to their team. 343 are going above and beyond the call of duty with Halo 5‘s Infection mode, with three modified pre-existing maps, aesthetic changes, and lots of customization options. Below is a video of community coordinator John Junyszek and multiplayer engineer Geoff Landskov talking about how Halo 5‘s Infection mode will differ from past iterations along with some gameplay and some screenshots from the mode. Infection mode will be releasing alongside the Halo 5: Guardians free Memories of Reach update pack later this month. Source
  22. An image of a download card for a new Forza 6 expansion reveals that a NASCAR expansion is on the way. The above image popped up on reddit. It’s a download card for a Forza Motorsport 6 NASCAR expansion. The DLC will be priced at £15.99 and the picture of the back of the card has even more details on the content. If you squint very hard, you’ll see that the expansion includes a NASCAR World Tour Career mode, 24 new cars, new multiplayer events, “new display elements for improved drafting and car spotting,” and the new Homestead-Miami destination. Microsoft haven’t confirmed if the card is genuine, but we’ll keep you posted. Source
  23. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s trailer was revealed 7 days ago, and the trailer has successfully managed to cross 12 million views on YouTube. But, the trailer has also been getting a lot of hate as it currently has more than one million dislikes, which has made it the 7th most disliked video on YouTube. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare take’s place in space, which is kind of inspired by Call of Duty: Ghosts. Judging from the number of dislikes the trailer is getting, players don’t want Infinity Ward to go into that direction anymore. One thing to keep in mind is that a big number of dislikes aren’t from people who don’t like the idea of taking Call of Duty into space again, but are from people who are just taking part in this dislike trend which has gained popularity in the past few days. On the other hand, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s rival, Battlefield 1 is currently winning as its reveal trailer has received 17 million views with almost one million likes and only 17,000 dislikes. This has proved that players are reacting much more positively towards Battlefield 1 than Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Below is the image through which you can see Battlefield 1 leading over Infinite Warfare with a big gap. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is set to launch on November 4, 2016 for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The game is developed by Infinity Ward. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Legacy Edition will also include the remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Source
  24. Paid DLC has always been a point of contention in the gaming community, particularly with games like Battlefield. So it should come as good news that some of the first DLC for Battlefield 1 looks to be free for everyone. The DLC is listed as part of a pre-order bonus on Origin that grants 7 days early access to the free map drop, which will then presumably become available to all players. The map will probably release shortly after the game if it’s already being listed as an incentive to pre-order, so it’s likely to be the first bit of extra content we’ll see. Does this bode well for EA’s DLC plans for Battlefield 1? Or should we not get ahead of ourselves? Battlefield 1 is scheduled for release on October 21 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Source
  25. 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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