Battlefield V Teases Multiplayer Through Gameplay Trailer, Battle Royale Coming

EA has revealed more details for Battlefield V at the EA Play Live Press Conference 2018 with a multiplayer teaser with Microsoft tomorrow revealing more.

June 9, 2018

Today EA announced more details for DICE’s Battlefield V title, the first-person shooter set in WWII. The EA Play Live Press Conference 2018 kicked things off with Battlefield V with a brand new trailer that shows gameplay in action.

The footage we see introduces us to a teaser for the multiplayer for Battlefield V with vehicle combat, destructive environments, and a tonne of bullets being showcased. Tomorrow we will get a single-player reveal at the Microsoft conference. A Battle Royale mode will be coming to the title after release but we will get more details on that later this year.

While not a lot was actually discussed regarding the title, you can watch the video below and see the destructive environments in action as well as the intense gunfights. Also shown were some of the fortifications we heard about being constructed on the battlefield. The end of the trailer introduces a cinematic in which we see a tease of one of the story focused characters.

Under the cover of the EA Play presentation, NVIDIA released a new video showing gameplay footage of the Grand Operations multiplayer mode.

Battlefield V got a gameplay reveal trailer back in May along with details about DLC and a release date. We already know that post-launch DLC will be free to all players.

The Deluxe Edition will allow early access three days before the launch. Players who are members of the EA Access or Origin Access will get to jump onto the game on the 11th October for a Play First Trial.

Players who pre-order any edition, of the game with the Battlefield V Enlister Offer will get early access to the Open Beta as well as in-game benefits such as soldier customisation options, access to Special Assignments, and access to five weapons to use in Battlefield 1.

Battlefield V will launch on October 16th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

If you want to see more from EA Play’s event then you can watch the recording of the full press conference here.

Ben Bayliss

Based in the UK and adores venturing through FPS horrors and taking photos in pretty much anything with a functioning photo mode. Also likes car games.

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