'Battlefield 1' Release Date, News & Update: Livestream Schedule Revealed! Learn How To Check Live Footages Here

By Kathleen Nava , Updated Oct 10, 2016 10:09 AM EDT

In just a few days fans will finally get their hands on "Battlefield 1." But before they do, fans can actually check out the schedule and watch a two-hour livestream before the launch of the much-awaited game. "Battlefield 1" is a fun, realistic game. The video game developer DICE made sure to give themselves the creative license to go wherever they need to go to make a battlefield-style game fit in the WWI genre. With this plot, it's no surprise that fans are getting excited by the minute.

"Battlefield 1" hardcore fans will get to watch the live footages at the game's official website. The "Battlefield 1" livestream will be made available from October 12 to October 21, 1 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET) to 3 p.m. PT (6 p.m. ET). "Battlefield 1" has decided to go back to its roots and had the game interestingly set back to WWI. "Battlefield 1" is the only real first-person shooter game set in the World War I, a historical genre to this point.

The "Battlefield 1" trailer that was released back in May showed that the melee weapons are going to be a major aspect of "Battlefield 1" and there are also swords shown in the "Battlefield 1" trailer. Previous reports have already shared that this game will have a variety of hand weapons to suit everybody's needs.There's also apparently gas masks and gas in "Battlefield 1."

It is not yet known how in depth of a game mechanic that is actually going to be, but they are shown in the "Battlefield 1" trailer. Being that it's a World War I game and that gas in chemical warfare was a huge aspect of WWI, it is unimaginable not being a huge aspect of "Battlefield 1." Although the "Battlefield" games usually sets in the World War II, "Battlefield 1" changes its course. "Battlefield 1" is slated to release on Oct. 21 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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