-Developing for the Xbox One inspires amazing new ideas for us as game developers.
With Frostbite 3, a true next generation engine, we're introducing a new era of Battlefield.
Today we're going to show you actual uncut Battlefield gameplay at 60 frames per second.
From close quarters combat to massive vehicular
warfare on land, sea, and air.
The demo features dynamic gameplay that can happen only in Battlefield.
Let's take a look.
-Clock's ticking on too tight.
I need eyes on board before she's lost forever to the deep blue.
And as number of variables at play,
we don't know who attacked and if they'll be back.
We can't afford any surprises.
I'll make room for any survivors.
-Back me up.
-Get away you wolf.
-This is the fastest way out.
-Look straight ahead.
-This mission is a disaster from beginning to end.
-We got the intel.
Do as I say and we'll get off this boat.
Show me how it's gonna happen.
-Recker, the door.
-We're gonna push this strike.
-No way back.
-How could this thing happen?
-It's coming down now.
-We're going through.
Hold on, man.
-We're totally gonna be firing.
-They're pulling back.
-Let the good bomb kick.
-It's the only way up.
-We got no exit.
-Are you insane?
-You gotta be kidding.
-Take her alive.
-Where are those guys?
Visit us at the Micro booth,
Microsoft booth this week to see this live demo.
We wanted to do something special for cool, something especially cool for Xbox Live players.
So we're launching the first Battlefield 4 map pack Second Assault on Xbox One before anywhere else.
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