Battlefield 1 hits the market later this month and developer DICE are all but ready to share the various improvements they’ve brought to the popular shooter series.
One area in which gamers can expect an upgrade is the Spectator Mode. The ability to watch the action unfold without playing is available in Battlefield 4 and Battlefield: Hardline, but with Battlefield 1, DICE are taking it to the next level.
How exactly you ask? With the addition of cinematic tools, gamers on consoles can now create jaw-dropping videos with extensive camera angles, added filters, and more. The ability to watch the action unfold in first-person, third-person, and free roam is also available and can be used to capture the picturesque beauty of Battlefield 1.
The new Spectator Mode will be easy to use and according to Battlefield 1 producer David Sirland, anyone can pick up a controller and learn the ropes.
If you’d like to see the mode in more detail then check out the video below courtesy of YouTuber ShadowSix.
Battlefield 1 is available on October 21st for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
The Battlefield 1 Spectator Mode will be available in an update shortly after the launch of the shooter.
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Source: Xbox Wire
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