EA has unveiled Battlefield 5 and numerous details fans want to know.
According to the press release, "Tides of War is DICE's new approach to live services, where players will set out on an epic journey with their Company in unexpected battles throughout World War 2".
Battlefield V's multiplayer will introduce two new games mode on top of the traditional ones from previous entries: Combined Arms and Grand Operation. Grand Operation will support 64 players in total.
Battlefield V launches for everyone on October 19, 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Rather than waiting until E3 in a few weeks time, EA chose to hold its own separate Battlefield 5 reveal event last night.
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. Those that order the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition will get access three days early on October 16**, while EA Access and Origin Access members† will be able to jump into the Play First Trial on October 11. It lets teams square off in an hour long battle spanning multiple maps and multiple modes layered with an overarching narrative.
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"You can of course expect large-scale multiplayer in the next Battlefield - but Battlefield V takes it to the next level".
The Battlefield franchise already boasts big maps and vehicles in its modes, so putting together something similar to BR gameplay shouldn't be hugely challenging for Dice. Dice also stated that the game is not pay-to-win. Interestingly, there was no mention of the heavily rumored battle royale mode that DICE has reportedly been working on. It just wasn't an exciting event.
As for the trailer, it's incredibly unlikely that your actual gameplay experience will even remotely resemble what was shown.
Developer Dice's gimmick? It's bringing the series back to where it all started: World War II.
One other interesting point touched upon in the reveal last night was the inclusion of co-op.