'Battlefield V' Has Finally Been Revealed & Yep, It's Set In WWII

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 24, 2018

Well, not quite. Tight games of Grand Operations - Battlefield's multi-round epic game mode - will now culminate in an extra round, known as Last Stand.

In regards to multiplayer, EA are introducing a new live service to the Battlefield series called Tides of War, and in conjunction with the new live service there will be no multiplayer premium pass or paid expansions to Battlefield V.

Rather than waiting until E3 in a few weeks time, EA chose to hold its own separate Battlefield 5 reveal event last night. If you're a member of either EA Access or Origin Access, you can jump into the Play First Trial for the game on October 11. This is definitely a Battlefield game and definitely a World War II shooter, so don't go in expecting revolution, but it is the details that could set it apart.

There is also a new co-operative mode called Combined Arms coming to Battlefield V, which allows up to four players to tackle a wide variety of missions together online. During the stream, which featured minimal gameplay - save for a heavily-edited trailer at the very end - Noah would toss softball questions at the developers from DICE and they would provide textbook PR answers about the new modes and features.

The company explains that Battlefield 5 will be set in the lesser known regions during the second World War, including Rotterdam.

We'll be seeing more of Battlefield V at E3. It's a more narratively involved mode than the endless battle royale Fortnite clones now in development or early release.

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New to Battlefield 5 is the Company, your "personalized collection of customized soldiers, weapons, and vehicles that you can tailor and grow as you play".

At the reveal event, it was also revealed that Battlefield V will scrap the premium pass, offering all of its major post-release content for free. Interestingly, there was no mention of the heavily rumored battle royale mode that DICE has reportedly been working on.

The rivalry between Dice's Battlefield series and Activision's Call of Duty has been one of the most competitive in the gaming world ever and gamers seem to have enjoyed taking part in the fruit of this rivalry.

Battlefield 5 will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

There has been no confirmation on when the BF5 beta may be held, but we do know that it will eventually become open to everyone to try out, pre-order or not.

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