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Here’s The Most Popular YouTube Game Trailers In 2016 So Far

It’s not even E3 yet, but YouTube has decided to release data regarding which specific video game trailers were the most watched so far this year. This is obviously going to change dramatically next week but for now here’s the video game trailers that have proven to be the most popular with consumers.

  1. Battlefield 1 Official Reveal Trailer, 34.6 million views

  2. Official Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Reveal Trailer,  25.1 million views

  3. Gears of War 4 – Tomorrow, 16 million views

  4. DOOM – Fight Like Hell Cinematic Trailer, 8.5 million views

  5. Starter Pokémon for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Revealed!, 8.4 million views

  6. Overwatch Animated Short | “Dragons”, 5.2 million views

  7. MLB The Show 16 – Get Famous (TV Commercial) | PS4, PS3, 4.7 million views

  8. Fallout 4 – Far Harbor Official Trailer, 4.3 million views

  9. Fallout 4 – Automatron Official Trailer, 2.9 Million

  10. Official Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Awakening Trailer: The Replacer Returns, 2.8 million views

 

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14 comments

    1. that’s weird
      the general fanbase of the Battlefield series has received the trailer and premise of the game pretty badly

      It is common to see attacks toward the game of being a rehash but now the hate comes from the fanbase as well

  1. It’s pretty sad Doom is so far below Battlefield and COD. Doom is a masterpiece! COD is same ol shit from last year. Why do so many people watch the same shit over and over again?

    1. I’m considering downloading Doom on Steam. I hear a lot of good things. I bought into the hype for Uncharted 4 and it was just okay. Great story, but the gameplay is just kinda boring and pretty lacking in areas. I don’t even think it’s as good as Uncharted 2. Soooo idk if I should get Doom! Overwatch, however, is amazing. The hype for that is real.

        1. Well, for me, it’s because it is a very unique shooter that has managed to reignite my interest in multiplayer FPS gameplay (which I was very burnt out on prior). There are 21 characters you can choose from, and they’re all distinct and play important roles for the objection based matches you’ll play. The multiplayer is executed brilliantly. There’s no K/D ratio which encourages teamwork, which is HEAVILY needed to win. And although you get loot boxes by leveling up, it gives you no advantage whatsoever. So the higher levels won’t have any real advantage over you. The depth comes from the roster of Heroes and mastering their abilities and learning which team comps work the best, and which Hero counters which. You’ll be learning new ways how to play your favorite heroes even after hours of game time. Winning a match feels very satisfying – and it’s all very fast-paced and exciting. Plus, all the DLC and updates are going to be free. The only real downside is that there’s no significant single player content. It’s all about the multiplayer, which Blizzard completely nailed.

          1. sounds pretty cool, i might check it out a little later, i should really play destiny, i bought it on black friday and still haven’t played it yet lol

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