is it typical for them to have voice-overs in these trailers or are they just copying GTAV? Should we expect this same thing from many games now? Could get annoying.
Yeah, obviously they're putting the sales pitch on pretty heavy but I highly doubt anything like that will be in-game. Looks pretty amazing though!
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I love the fact that the voice-overs tend to tell me a lot more about the game than I'd otherwise glean from the video, but I do wish they'd just convert it to text and put it at the bottom. But, others could disagree and just not want to read something while watching a video.
Here's a real trailer
I think people call it a trailer for lack of a better word and easier headline, it's really just gameplay with a voice over but since EA has a huge marketing budget they go the extra mile to make it look snazzy and hire voice talent rather then let a Dev talk. This has been going on for years but the production values have greatly increased so they are the same quality as nice trailers. Ubisoft does it a lot with their games recently, in particular with Watch Dogs.
If you need proof that predates GTA V, it's pretty easy to find
also as i said before it's not really a trailer either, this is a GTA trailer
this is a the gameplay video with voiceover, just like this BF4 video
Good points Atticus. Agreed. We were in headline mode here. :) Game does look fantastic though!
I have all of the BF games and will have this one the day it comes out (in line at midnight)
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