DICE may introduce a battle royale mode in Battlefield 5

Terry Joseph
April 20, 2018

According to Gamesbeat, sources with knowledge of the studio stated that the developer is now testing a battle royale mode featuring similar gameplay to progenitors PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite: Battle Royale.

Other than the battle royale project, the new Battlefield V is expected to take place during the World War II as the latest title was about World War I. Moreover, it was reported that the game would have a co-op randomly generated missions mode along with the scenario mode.

As of right now, nothing has been decided and with DICE currently testing out the mode to see if it can get it into action, it is entirely possible it may never see the light of day.

An unidentified source has sold VentureBeat that the rumored Battlefield battle royale mode will share some similarities with current industry leaders PUBG and Fortnite.

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Of course, if the answer is positive, then there is nothing will not prevent developers to add the battle Royale in one of the updates.

We'll have more on Battlefield 5's battle royale mode when new details about the same are out into the open.

The Battlefield series is a prime candidate to see a Battle Royale mode. EA has provided a huge amount of support for its shooters in the form of regular expansions and downloadable content, and that is where a last-player-standing shooter makes the most sense.

In fact, the source claims that EA could still cancel the prototype, keep it for the following Battlefield or next Star Wars: Battlefront sequel, or spin it off into its own game.

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