Snoop Dogg didn’t put up a very good showing in Battlefield 1 earlier this year at E3, and now he has a chance to redeem himself. Snoop is set to appear on EA’s Road to Battlefield 1 livestream today from 1 PM to 3 PM PT.
Tha Doggfather confirmed in a tweet that he’ll be taking part in today’s 64-player Battle for Amiens match. At E3, he played with a number of celebrities including fellow rappers Wiz Khalifa and The Game and actors Terry Crews and Zac Efron. He finished the match without killing a single opponent. You can watch today’s live stream here.
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) October 13, 2016
An outspoken fan of video games, Snoop has rallied for NCAA Football 14 to join the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list and let his opinion of Xbox Live going down be known.
“A message to Xbox One or Microsoft or whoever the f***, y’all f***ing server is f***ing wack, man,” Snoop said back in January. “Y’all going to make me switch to PlayStation if y’all don’t hurry up and get this s**t fixed. It’s that difficult to play somebody online?
“What the f*** is you doin’, Bill Gates?!” he exclaimed. “Fix your s**t, man!”
As for Battlefield 1, you can play a 10-hour trial of the game right now as long as you’re subscribed to EA/Origin Access on Xbox One or PC. However, the trial doesn’t feature all of Battlefield 1’s content. It includes two single-player missions and four modes and five maps for multiplayer. Progress you make in the trial will carry over to the full game.
Additionally, if you purchase the Early Enlister Deluxe edition, you’ll gain early access on October 18 to the entire game without a time restriction. Access members will also be able to play the full game at this time, as long as they have time left in their trial.
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