Norwegian artist, DJ, producer, and long-time Battlefield™ fan Alan Walker is the talent behind tracks like “Faded” and “Alone”. Created for the core fans, Walker’s latest track, “The Spectre,” is a remake of his popular 2015 fan favorite “Spectre” with vocals added to the mix.
Alan Walker couldn’t be more excited about the official release of “The Spectre” – and we’re equally thrilled to present a Battlefield 1 contest where you get to use the track.
Here’s what we want. First, make a cut of your most mind-blowing footage from Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar set to “The Spectre.” Then, enter your video in this contest to compete to win an amazing audio and concert prize package.
Check out this great example from our friend and talented gamer, Jahova. (Don’t worry, this video is for reference only – you won’t be competing against Jahova!)
And, roll this keen example from the one and only NukemDukem. (Again, no freighting here as you aren’t competing against him.)
If your video is selected as one of three winning submissions, based on Composition, Quality, and Originality by our panel of judges, here’s what your efforts could deliver:
1st Place prizes
2nd Place prizes
3rd Place Prizes
2 x Codes to Battlefield 1 Revolution
Your video must be captured from one of the six maps featured in Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar (playable for all Battlefield 1 owners in the free trial* during Battlefest: Revolution). It must use “The Spectre” as background music (download link below), and should ideally run between 30 – 60 seconds, but we won’t stop you from creating a full gameplay or cinematic video that spans across the entirety of the track. Let your creativity take over!
Download Alan Walker’s “The Spectre” full length track (WAV file)
You can enter in one of two ways:
1. Sign into your personal Twitter account, follow the @Battlefield Twitter account, and using Twitter's @reply function, reply to the Battlefield 1 Battlefest: Revolution Alan Walker Contest Tweeted posted by @Battlefield on September 26th, 2017 at 9am PT with the #EAContest and #WorldOfWalker hashtags (your tweet must start with the #EAContest hashtag) and a Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar gameplay or cinematic video using Alan Walker's “The Spectre” as the background music.
2. Sign into your Facebook account, comment on the Battlefield 1 Battlefest: Revolution Alan Walker Contest post by the official Battlefield Facebook account on September 26, 2017 at 9:00am with the #EAContest and #WorldOfWalker hashtags (your comment must start with the #EAContest hashtag) and a Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar gameplay or cinematic video using Alan Walker's “The Spectre” as the background music.
Note: You can upload your entry to YouTube then reply to the official Facebook or Twitter post with your YouTube URL as your entry with the #EAContest and #WorldOfWalker hashtags (your comment must start with the #EAContest hashtag.)
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Good luck in creating your video – we look forward to seeing your submissions.
Rules, Guidelines and Restrictions:
Official Rules: http://bit.ly/BF1BattlefestRevolutionAlanWalkerContest
By submitting your Entry, you agree that it conforms to the Entry Guidelines and Content Restrictions as defined in the Official Rules and that Sponsor, may disqualify you from the Contest if it believes, in its sole discretion that your Entry fails to conform to the Guidelines and Restrictions.
Technical Requirements: Entries must be submitted as a video link through YouTube or as a native Twitter or Facebook video upload in an accepted video (“.mp4, .mov or .avi”) or “.gif” file format following the Entry instructions above, with a minimum resolution of 1280x720, be minimum 15 seconds and no longer than the entire length of the song Alan Walker’s “The Spectre” music track, and attached within your Twitter reply/Facebook comment.
“The Spectre” is licensed to Participants by MER Recordings AS for use in Promotion entries only, subject to the Official Rules.
Press photo credit: MER / Stian Andersen
Artwork credit: MER / Audun Notevarp
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