Battlefield 5 reveal trailer shows return to World War 2

  • Battlefield 5 reveal trailer shows return to World War 2

Battlefield 5 reveal trailer shows return to World War 2

"Come for Trevor Noah, stay for the developers", Dice adds. In the meantime, EA and DICE revealed some harder, welcome news: BFV's core online gameplay-including modes, maps, weapons, and accessories-will all be included in the retail purchase price. Sometimes their responses would be accompanied with concept art, but personally, I'd have rathered the actual gameplay do the talking for DICE.

Last week Call of Duty revealed the next game in that series, Black Ops 4, will feature a dedicated battle royale mode for the first time rather than a single player campaign. EA Access and Origin members will get access on October 11, a week ahead of the October 19th launch date. Before we talk about specifics, check out the reveal trailer for Battlefield 5. The first of these War Stories was also teased, showing that we will be following a young woman who was part of the Norwegian Resistance fighters fighting against German occupation.

More information about Battlefield V will be provided at the EA Play event coinciding with E3 in early June. An even bigger evolution of the already large Operations mode introduced in Battlefield 1, Grand Operations are multiplayer matches that are stretched over several maps, with progression being dependant on the results of the game itself. These are 64-player, multipart battles that take place over the course of four in-game days. This is not a standalone mode, but the final round of Grand Operations. There is a 4-player coop mode called Combined Arms too.

In multiplayer you can lead a unique Company with customised soldiers (Assault, Support, Medic, and Scout), weapons and vehicles that evolve as you progress. And yes, as you'll see in the following clip, there are also female characters in it. Discover the new challenges that will change war forever. In what ended up being the most exciting reveal for Battlefield 5, DICE announced there will be no premium pass.

The Tides of War is also a big addition.

For those of you interested in watching the entire live stream, you can do so below.

This last-player-standing concept appears to be Battlefield's take on the popular battle royale trend now running through gaming.

Dice mentions there is a renewed movement system in Battlefield V with new animations, little was shared about it. It just wasn't an exciting event.