DICE’s series of colossal combined-arms multiplayer battles continues this year with Battlefield V. Following on from the massively successful Battlefield 1, the game trades the First World War setting for something new, and continues to build on the reputation for large-scale action that the series has built up over more than a decade’s worth of games.
While dozens of players per side, vehicles, and classes are all but guaranteed, Battlefield V promises new ideas that will hopefully freshen the series up and bolster the game’s player-made ‘moments’. Standing beside this will also be a campaign mode, ensuring that at least one of the next big triple-A shooters will provide something for the solo gamer.
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Battlefield V was fully revealed on May 23 via a stream hosted by Trevor Noah and members of the DICE team. This stream offered an in-depth look at the features coming to the game. We’ve also seen the game ourselves. So let us tell you all about it. Here is everything we know so far about Battlefield V.
Battlefield V release date
Battlefield V will release on October 19, 2018, putting it up against Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in the triple-A shooter market. This is Battlefield’s usual spot, so expect to be blowing holes in the side of buildings over the winter months.