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YouTube’s Top 10 Most Watched Game Trailers Of 2016 Has Been Announced

The end of the year is approaching, so Google has begun to look back at 2016 with a list of the site’s top 10 most-viewed game trailers of 2016. There was only one Nintendo trailer on the list, which was the Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer that revealed the Starter Pokemon. It reached #7 with a total of 10,800,000 views. However, Battlefield 1’s official reveal trailer topped the list with 49,800,000 views. We’ve included the entire list down below.

10. Doom – Fight Like Hell cinematic trailer – 9.6 million views
9. Watch Dogs 2 – cinematic reveal E3 2016 – 10.1 million views
8. FIFA 17 – The Journey official trailer – 10.6 million views
7. Pokémon Sun and Moon – Starter Pokémon revealed – 10.8 million views
6. Overwatch – “Dragons” animated short – 14 million views
5. Clash of Kings – 17.1 million views
4. Gears of War 4 – Tomorrow – 17.1 million views
3. Clash of Clans: Hog Rider 360-degree video – 32.3 million views
2. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Reveal trailer – 35.9 million views
1. Battlefield 1 – Official reveal trailer – 49.8 million views

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28 comments

      1. If anything, a console trailer should have more views, not everyone who has interest in a specific console has interest in all the games on it.

  1. The Overwatch Dragons animation was beautiful. If you haven’t seen it, or any of their animated shorts, check them out. They’re just small, fun-yet-enjoyable pieces.

  2. As much as I like the Overwatch “Dragons” short, it’s not even the best one- that title should go to “Alive” or “Infiltration.”

    And how the FUCK is Breath of the Wild nowhere to be seen on the list?

  3. Showing what crappy games people are watching trailers of these days just goes to show that gamers these days are a bland bunch. I have zero interest in any game on this list. What’s up with crappy military games being so darn popular? Ugh!

    1. That’s…kind of the point of being a news reporter. You relay information to the public. It’s not about being the first to get the story out, it’s about informing the public. And that will frequently involve relaying news that others already broke.

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