Battlefield One dominates Electronic Arts E3 curtain raiser

New release will include a 64-person multiplayer, while Titanfall will feature a single-person story campaign

Electronic Arts has revealed new trailers and tantalizing details for Battlefield One, the first world war-era setting of its headline shooter title, as well as demonstrating the game’s new option to live-stream a 64-player multiplayer version.

Ahead of the huge games industry E3 event in Los Angeles, EA was keen to show off its Frostbite engine, which is being used in games as diverse as Battlefield One, Titanfall II, and the new Madden Football and Fifa 17 titles.

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