'Battlefield V' hops on the battle royale bandwagon

'Battlefield V' hops on the battle royale bandwagon

'Battlefield V' hops on the battle royale bandwagon

Battlefield V is adding a multiplayer Battle Royale that will be "reimagined for Battlefield", developers announced Saturday during EA Games' press conference at E3.

No gameplay footage was revealed but DICE said more news on Battlefield 5 Battle Royale will be revealed later this year.

In addition, Battlefield V players will now be able to "dive and smash through windows to surprise your enemies", move turrets around the map, drive tanks straight through buildings, and customize characters more. And of course, that means a battle royale mode.

"It's interesting times. We're all game developers but also gamers". Battlefield V will allow gamers to shape the sandbox of war.

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"Battlefield V" is the latest major blockbuster to add a Battle Royale mode - "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4" arrives this October with its own spin on the Battle Royale concept. There will be a couple of modes including Grand Operations, which will be similar to the Operations in the Battlefield 1, including Airborne, Final Stand, as well as other multiplayer modes like Conquest, Domination, Team Deathmatch, Breakthrough, and Frontlines.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's new Blackout mode has been shown off to us a little more extensively than Battlefield V's has, and we know a bit more about it as a result.

Apart from the new trailer, it was also announced that there will be no lootboxes nor a premium pass for Battlefield V.

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