‘Battlefield V’ trailer teases new Battle Royale multiplayer mode

Todd Singleton
June 11, 2018

EA came to play on the weekend before E3 2018.

Treyarch, developers of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 announced their battle royale mode, named Blackout, back at the game's reveal event in May. But this isn't like all of the previous WWII shooters you've ever played. While EA first debuted Battlefield V on May 23, the company used this opportunity to elaborate on features like the massive Grand Operations. "This new game will advance the state of the art for the franchise, while still delivering the signature gameplay and Battlefield moments that have captivated and grown our global community". Players will have the ability to dive and smash through windows and move around heavy turrets from their fixed position.

Traditionally, Battlefield multiplayer modes have handled up to 64 players on one map, usually with some kind of objective for teams to complete or defend. Don't expect to hide from tanks in buildings, because they can just smash through them now.

EA Shows off Battlefield V: Will Bring Battle Royale To WW II

Battlefield V launches on 19th October for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC with three day early access on 16th October for Deluxe Edition owners. Let us know in the comment section below!

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