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There Will Be More Battlefield 1 Before EA Play
DICE and EA gave us something to look forward to this winter when they announced that we will have more Battlefield 1 before EA Play starts on June 12, June 13, and June 14.
Are you serious? We don't have to wait till EA Play to see more #Battlefield1
— Westie (@MrProWestie) May 12, 2016
The newest Battlefield game, which will take place in World War 1, is in direct contrast to its biggest competitor Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which will take place in the far future and will take us into space.
Since we only got a trailer when DICE announced Battlefield 1, and DICE talked about everything that you could be able to do, from drive tanks to ride horses to fly biplanes.
Now, a tweet from Sebastian Moritz, the social and community manager for EA’s Germany division, has told us that we will get to see more of Battlefield 1 before EA Play. EA Play itself will be taking place just before and when E3 begins on June 14.
EA Play will be taking the place of an actual EA booth at E3, and in addition to a number of other games (including three different sports titles), Titanfall 2 will also be making an appearance.
The EA Play event will allow gamers to talk to developers, get hands-on time with games, and take part in various competitions.
Titanfall 2 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be two of Battlefield 1’s biggest competitors around the last quarter of the year, but with the rampant dislike that Infinite Warfare has gotten, Titanfall 2 may be the only real competition Battlefield 1 has.
Whatever we’ll be getting when EA decides to show us more Battlefield 1 before EA Play, hopefully it will live up to the expectations that its trailer set and will give us something good.
In the meantime, we’ll just have to wait until whatever EA has planned for Battlefield makes its appearance online in the weeks until both the EA Play event, and E3.