Battlefield V multiplayer footage emerges at EA Play, battle royale mode confirmed

Battlefield V multiplayer footage emerges at EA Play, battle royale mode confirmed

Battlefield V multiplayer footage emerges at EA Play, battle royale mode confirmed

As expected, EA/DICE has revealed a lot of details regarding Battlefield 5 at the EA Play 2018 stage at E3 2018 show, including new gameplay trailers, multiplayer and singleplayer modes, as well as the future Battle Royale mode.

Looks like Fortnite, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and PUBG will have competition in Battlefield V. As rumoured previously, Battlefield V will be getting a battle royale mode.

Battlefield V will release on 19th October 2018. We're going to be providing live coverage of every major PC-relevant conference, plus previews of all the biggest games straight from the show floor, including hands-on impressions and interviews with the developers who made them.

The world of competitive online shooting games officially has battle royale fever.

TheNerdMag E3 2018 Coverage
TheNerdMag E3 2018 Coverage

"It will be unlike anything you've played before, and we'll have more to talk about later this year".

Today EA announced more details for DICE's Battlefield V title, the first-person shooter set in WWII. And of course, that means a battle royale mode.

EA/DICE also published an official multiplayer trailer, and you can check out more information regarding it over at the official Battlefield 5 site. We know that characters culled from the Call of Duty franchise will be playable as well, along with weapons and equipment from past games. In the case of "Battlefield V", it's not clear how large the mode is or how it will work.

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