Battlefield V Trailer Offers Battle Royale Details and Lots of Info on Features

Battlefield V Trailer Offers Battle Royale Details and Lots of Info on Features

EA Dice finally provides the first details about Battlefield V's battle royale mode, which will support the usual 64 players.

Today Electronic Arts and DICE released a brand new trailer of their upcoming first-person-shooter Battlefield V.

We learn that there will be eight multiplayer modes before we finally get more details on the Battle Royale one, dubbed Firestorm.

The mode supports sixteen teams of four players (which means that the total number is the usual 64, as many expected) fighting it out to become the last one standing in the “largest Battlefield map ever.”

The map is full of destructible buildings, weaponry, and vehicles.

The trailer talks about “eight unexplored settings,” but they seem pretty explored to me. Maybe they mean unexplored by the Battlefield franchise.

we also learn about changes to squad play, re-engineered gunplay, destruction and fortifications, and more.

You can check out the video below. If you want to see more, you can also take a look at the demos showcased at GeForce Celebration in Cologne, the previous trailer of the game, and the one showcased the week before, with the first glimpse on the Battle Royale mode.

The game has recently been delayed to November 20th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can already pre-order it on Amazon.

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