More Battlefield 1 Single-Player Footage Coming Very Soon

Tune in this weekend to see more gameplay from the World War I shooter.

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After releasing the first Battlefield 1 single-player trailer this week, developer DICE is preparing to show off more of the World War I shooter's campaign very soon.

The studio announced on Twitter that it will broadcast the first livestream of Battlefield 1 single-player at the TwitchCon event this coming Saturday, October 1.

The broadcast will take place on the official TwitchCon Twitch page, starting at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. We'll post the footage here on GameSpot as soon as we can.

Battlefield 1's campaign takes place across multiple theaters of war, including the Alps and the deserts of the Middle East. The game has five main "war stories," one of which sees players encountering the legendary Lawrence of Arabia. You can read more about all of Battlefield 1 war stories here.

In addition to the campaign, Battlefield 1 of course has a multiplayer mode. Players got to try this out during a beta this summer that was a huge success, with more than 13 million people taking part. That set a new record for an EA beta, surpassing Star Wars Battlefront's nine million players.

Battlefield 1 launches on October 21, but EA/Origin Access subscribers can play more than a week ahead of launch.

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