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YouTube now supports videos at 60 frames per second, uses Battlefield: Hardline to show it off

YouTube took to its Creators blog today to announce they’ve added support for videos running at 60 frames per second, perfect for thos uploading and streaming video game content.

In fact, one of the first 60fps videos on the network is a new trailer for Battlefield: Hardline. You can watch it below:

https://youtu.be/T3ny9zIckP0

If you’re on a 60fps kick, here’s some Titanfall gameplay in it:

https://youtu.be/7SRTEXSpcyI

Can you spot the 60fps difference?



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