Forget the blurry, low-bitrate stream archives, this is the real deal.
Battlefield 1 is one of the biggest games at gamescom 2016. EA dedicated an entire livestream to showing off a new map, horses, armoured trains, new weapons, and more.
While you can easily rewatch livestream archives on many YouTube channels, they're simply a re-uploads of the gamescom show. Which means the bitrate is lower than you'd hope, not to mention the constantly changing player perspective that made a bit hard to follow the action.
In the video above, YouTuber LevelCapGaming shows of over an hour of direct-feed gameplay captured from the same match, available in 1080p/60fps. The footage shows a wide range of weapons for all classes, some of the armour and plane different loadouts, and a little bit of horse gameplay.
We also get to see the artillery truck for the first time, the new jeep, the new Elite Classes, and some of the recently added gadgets. The video has a lot of diversity, and definitely shows of the game in a much better light than what livestreams are capable of.