Published: Thu, May 24, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

EA Announces Battlefield V Launching Worldwide on October 19

EA Announces Battlefield V Launching Worldwide on October 19

Last week, Call of Duty laid its cards on the table, drastically changing the CoD formula to shoe-in a battle royale mode.

There will nearly certainly be a very flashy first trailer released for Battlefield 5, along with details on key modes.

All of these multiplayer modes and features come together in Tides of War, EA and DICE's "new approach to live services". Take on physical, all-out multiplayer with your squad in modes like the vast Grand Operations and the cooperative Combined Arms, or witness human drama set against global combat in the single player War Stories.

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

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Senior Producer at DICE, Andreas Morell, said in a press release: "With Battlefield V, we wanted to align with a partner who shares our passion for PC gaming".

EA Dice revealed details about the latest entry to the Battlefield series at a conference on May 23, 2018. EA Access and Origin members will get access on October 11, a week ahead of the October 19th launch date. As you fight in epic, unexpected locations across the globe, enjoy the richest and most immersive Battlefield yet. In that you got a few expansions (usually four) for a discounted price, as well as a few other perks like regular battle packs and priority queuing for multiplayer servers. As reports suggested, it is indeed taking us back to World War II.

Construction aspects are also being brought into the game. The first chapter of Tides of War starts in November and will focus on the fall of Europe.

Though rumors suggested that a prototype battle royale mode was being developed alongside the game, it was not revealed today. It just wasn't an exciting event. While visually impressive, the trailer was a mix of CGI and heavily scripted gameplay. It's broken up into episodes with each of them focussing on a different theatre of conflict such as the Norwegian Resistance during World War 2. Where were the actual gameplay improvements?

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