Here's Your First 60FPS YouTube Experience: Battlefield Hardline & Titanfall

By Leon Hurley on at

Now that YouTube can play 60fps videos you'll be wanting an example of what that looks like. Here's EA's Battlefield Hardline and Titanfall running at the new higher setting.

The higher frame rates are among a bunch of new features heading to the platform including a Creator Studio app to analyse and manage videos, an SFX audio library, and a new credits systems, info cards, playlists and subtitles.