Battlefield 5 reveal trailer shows return to World War 2

Thursday, 24 May, 2018

Battlefield V will be launching worldwide on October 19.

Grand Operations was the big mode they discussed.

Interestingly, the reveal trailer was deemed to be representative of the Xbox One experience by the developers, suggesting that Battlefield V PC could look much better at maximum settings. With Activision deciding to ditch the Single Player campaign in favor of a battle royale mode and zombies (on the Titanic no less) for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Deluxe Edition owners will gain early access on October 16, Origin Access and EA Access subscribers will receive a Play First trial on October 11. While the event lacked in terms of gameplay footage, we did get a decent amount of information. Before we talk about specifics, check out the reveal trailer for Battlefield 5. Unlike certain past titles in the series, this will be the first Battlefield game that is fully set in World War 2.

A lot of news has been shared about EA's upcoming new shooter, Battlefield 5.

World War 2 as You've Never Seen It Before - Take the fight to unexpected but crucial moments of the war, as Battlefield goes back to where it all began.

Besides the regular details Dice mentioned that they give much thought on how to handle the monetary involvement in the game and made a decision to avoid the lootbox fiasco that plagued the Star Wars Battlefront II. Dice also stated that the game is not pay-to-win. One of them will be told from the perspective of a female Nowegian Resistance fighter, battling against the German occupation.

In addition to War Stories, Battlefield 5 will see both "new and classic" multiplayer modes.

What do you think of DICE announcing that there will be no Battlefield V Premium Pass? It lets four players take on missions behind enemy lines.

This time around it appears that Dice has put more emphasis on Operations, renaming it Grand Operations.

New to Battlefield 5 is the Company, your "personalized collection of customized soldiers, weapons, and vehicles that you can tailor and grow as you play".

Also, there's a new feature called Battlefield V Tides of War. This is versus how games were released in the past, where updates including new content were expected for free, with the exception of full expansions.

For those of you interested in watching the entire live stream, you can do so below. Yes, no two Battle Royale games are similar, but neither game offers any sort of background story. It just wasn't an exciting event. Where were the actual gameplay improvements?