Showing posts with label Battlefield V. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Battlefield V. Show all posts

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Battlefield V – Devastation of Rotterdam – Gamescom Trailer

Ahead of Gamescom 2018, EA Dice releases another official trailer for Battlefield V and took the conflict to Rotterdam city.

Eager fans of first-person shooter game franchise Battlefield gets to see some brand-new footage from Battlefield V as developer EA DICE and publisher Electronic Arts are offering peak at some of the game's previously mentioned features in spirit of Gamescom 2018. Being the sixth title from the acclaimed series, BFV has not only created expectation and hype but the creators are confident about it changing everything and we are about to witness glimpse of it firsthand now.

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Battlefield V – Devastation of Rotterdam – Gamescom Trailer

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An official trailer titled "Devastation of Rotterdam" showcases how BF5 captures the intensity of World War II and how it will play out.




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The trailer opens up to the destructive rampage of war on Rotterdam city and how each party is fighting intensely throughout the constant bombing. Gameplay moments in tank warfare are shown for the first time from the inside to show how it feels to control one of these and it dominantly scales over rubble. We already saw cut-scenes of aerial combat back in E3 2018 trailer already but another look was there too. How several fractions interact in a multiplayer and new maps are shown briefly.

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Among all those gunfire and explosions, soldiers were busy fighting each other on streets of Dutch city. Aside from gunfights, melee combat will have its unique place when players will come face to face with enemies. Developers have previously disclosed about some engaging "War Story" campaign modes that will probably shape up the outcome of war. Nearing the end of the video, what we momentarily saw can be the exclusive first-look at the much-anticipated Battle Royale mode.

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Possible First Tease of Battle Royale

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World War II-themed shooter title Battlefield V is currently scheduled for a release window of October 19, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. To get access in advance, you are advised to pre-order the Deluxe Edition of the game and start from on October 16. Though the alleged scene of Battle Royale mode was shown from an aerial shot, we are hopeful that we will get a full-length video on that very soon as well.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Battlefield V Battle Royale Mode Confirmed

Dice and Electronic Arts have finally confirmed that Battlefield V is getting a Battle Royale mode after all.

Kicking off with a brand-new trailer for multiplayer mode of their upcoming story-based shooter Battlefield V during EA Play press conference at Los Angeles convention center, developer EA Dice and publisher Electronic Arts went on to reveal more details about the game from long-running Battlefield series. Dice also have confirmed shortly afterwards that a battle royale-style multiplayer mode will be included, which will be set in WW2 period as well as the main game.

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Battlefield V Battle Royale Mode Confirmed

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Although they talked about many other notable features and details about the latest game of Battlefield series, EA have not spoken much about their inclusion of a battle royale mode in BFV yet. All we know for now is that its part of a post-launch live service called "Tides of War", which has core gameplay of the franchise, destruction, vehicles and other key aspects. They always tease for a game and then upon revealing, they tease for some more content to show off in future.



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So, we hope EA has been saving up the best for later time and besides, the developers are still exploring this new experience to make it work in a World War II setting. Rival game Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is also bringing battle royale to the table with their newly introduced mode called "Blackout". Perhaps one of them will charm the large-scale sandbox gameplay by letting a large amount of players take part but sadly, BFV is still stuck with their typical 64 player count cap from sixteen years ago.

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Battle royale is such a cliché and currently a running trend as a sub-genre, pioneered by games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite. Because of these trendsetting games, many have been following the footsteps of a last-man standing shooter these days. Brendan 'PlayerUnknown' Greene, creator of PUBG has taken Twitter to express his response to this new announcement, welcoming Dice to the club with a short Tweet.



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However, given their recent history of suing a several games that followed their style, people are skeptical at his response. A lot of people have sarcastically started pointing out how they have grown a tendency of suing other creators, instead of fixing their own game. Greene obviously did not appreciate their honesty and blocked or muted them out. Even if they take out Epic Games in court, a huge drop-off in their player base and loads of in-game issues are not something you can simply overlook like that.

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Battlefield V Following Trend

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BF5 can really turn heads with "Tides of War" battle royale mode in a WW2 background or maybe Black Ops 4 can do that. This seriously leaves the future of PUBG in question considering they have already lost half of their concurrent players in one month lately. First-person shooter game Battlefield V will launch worldwide for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 19. Pre-ordering the game on EA Access or Origin Access will let you start early from October 11.

Battlefield V Multiplayer Trailer

EA launches Battlefield V’s first multiplayer gameplay trailer featuring the unmatched intensity of all-out war.

It was only two weeks ago when developer EA Dice and publisher Electronic Arts revealed their upcoming first-person shooter game Battlefield V in a live-stream reveal event, slated for October 19 release. During their EA Play press conference at Los Angeles convention center, EA made a presentation on few of their upcoming titles and luckily, BFV got its fair share as well. The newest trailer for the latest game of Battlefield series has just debuted with lots of action from World War II era.

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Battlefield V Multiplayer Trailer

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Check out the brand-new Battlefield V official multiplayer trailer taken from gameplay footage, showcasing some powerful battle moments.




The clip above shows a lot of cinematic aspects meshed with some gameplay videos at the same time. Players now have a new perspective at this war scenario and some of the key environment mechanics like sliding after running is focused in it. One of the multiplayer maps had a small town setup and "Airborne" mode is also hinted at. This one will be a part of Grand Operations, which is an upgraded and extreme version of Operations mode from Battlefield 1.

Grand Operations are designed to raise the stakes of bringing those iconic WW2 experiences, Dice made Airborne an exclusive mode to it. Parachuting into the middle of a conflict to forefront an assault is a specialty to this mode. An attack team will try to destroy a couple of artillery cannons which the defenders will try to avert. If you are former, try and locate bombs with your team but if you belong to the latter, place your towable weapons and anti-air guns to mount your defense.

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Multiplayer Airborne Mode

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One more important mechanics introduced is a reviving system, which is new to the series and one of the changes that will evolve combat as we know it. When one of your teammate is down, you can drag him to safety and then revive them. In crucial situations, this sure will come in handy. BFV was one of the early entries from E3 2018 games and though it is already confirmed, a battle royale mode like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or Fortnite is still not shown in the clip.

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Belonging to a long-running story-based shooter series, Battlefield V will be available to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. By now, we already know that BF5 is set on the period of Second World War and it sets apart from rest of the franchise by moving forward with new features like overall player customization and adding female characters in the mix for the first time, which immediately drew some fan backlash, which the game's developers defends saying, they are here to stay.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Battlefield V Won't Have Premium Pass

EA Dice and Electronic Arts confirms that Battlefield V will not have any randomized loot boxes.

During their live-stream reveal event for upcoming first-person shooter game Battlefield V, developer EA Dice and publisher Electronic Arts have talked about many specific details to entertain the curiosity of the audience. One such important and controversial topic was of in-game loot boxes that everyone wants to know in clear details. According to an EA spokesperson, there won't be any randomized loot boxes in their latest entry from Battlefield series.

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Battlefield V Won't Have Premium Pass

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There was a scope for paid DLC expansions or premium battle pass that granted players access to maps, new weapons and various other items to use in multiplayer mode. Battlefield 1 of 2016 had a premium pass worth $49.99 aside from the base game purchase, which allowed players of such vanity. This idea was criticized because, it effected the overall gameplay experience by creating two groups of people; one who have the DLC pack and the one who just own  the base game.

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Electronic Arts opted out from adding paid DLC in Titanfall 2 and Star Wars Battlefront II loot box controversy was one of the worst news from last year. Ubisoft and Xbox have moved away from this practice with flagship games a while ago and most recently, Activision and Treyarch did the same by announcing of not including a season pass with DLC maps for their upcoming game Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. So it is very nice to see that even EA is trying to follow the same trend with BFV.

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Although, micro-transactions will eventually come in form of cosmetic items as it is part of BF5's progression system. The game will let players access their soldiers, vehicles and weapons between competitive multiplayer and other modes, which is pretty cool! You can even customize your face paints, helmets, shirts and each single piece of item you possess. Since these items are used for cosmetic purpose, they will not have any effects or whatsoever on gameplay.

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That means, everyone that has a copy of Battlefield V can enjoy access to all existing and future contents by just buying the game and nothing is locked up behind a cleverly devised pay wall. One of the brand-new modes, Tides of War encourages you to keep playing it for getting into limited time events and challenges set on during the era of World War II. It's really nice seeing them making amends for their misguided decisions in past with Battlefront II and making a smart move with latter projects.

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Currently, Battlefield V is expecting release on October 19, to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Using EA Access or Origin Access, you can start your early free trial from October 11. Pre-ordering the game will give you the same benefit as well, or you can just purchase the Deluxe Edition to get started from October 16. Before it is finally released worldwide, an open beta will be there and we still are waiting for a date for that to be announced anytime soon.

Battlefield V Reveal Trailer

Throwing lots of speculation and rumors behind our back, developer EA Dice and publisher Electronic Arts had announcement of Battlefield V being the next installment from their renowned first-person shooter series Battlefield. A live-stream reveal event was set for May 23, hosted by Trevor Noah from The Daily Show. Although the event started 52 minutes later than its previously mentioned time and everyone eventually came to finally make the game public and came the trailer.

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Battlefield V Reveal Trailer

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Witness the official reveal trailer for upcoming Battlefield V, which is set during the conflict of Second World War, re-defined.




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The trailer doesn't give away much expected details except for guns-blazing into the field of battle but the live-stream was quite insightful though. It took two years for Dice and EA to come up with their next title in story-based shooter franchise and what better way they had than returning to the era of World War II. BFV will mostly focus on team-based gameplay and they have completely ditched the idea of having a rumored battle royale mode like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or Fortnite.

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One of the biggest changes you can feel playing BF5 is that they have moved away from abstraction. As in, you no longer get healed by an aura just by moving into a specific area like before. However, players can revive each other and that is why soldier customization is very important from the beginning. Also, you cannot have a quick scan of an area full of enemies and point them out with their icons. That is no longer an option anymore and you have to aim and shoot upon seeing a soldier.

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Return To World War II

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Instead of previously rendered animated cut-scenes, Dice have materialized real physics here. Environmental destruction will affect you and your surroundings, thanks to their newly introduced motion mechanics. Firing, taking cover and turning sees more real than it ever did before. The developers also emphasized of team-play a lot this time. That is why, whenever you enter a match, you will be put into a squad and since communication is the key, you can talk to them during loading screen, lobby or anywhere.

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From October 19, upcoming first-person shooter title Battlefield V will be available to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players with Origin Access or those who pre-order will be able to enter a free trial from October 11. If you order the Deluxe Edition in advance, you can play the game from October 16 and there is an open beta waiting for a yet to be revealed date. So basically, everyone can take a shot at EA's latest Battlefield game before it is released worldwide.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Battlefield V Teaser Trailer

Ahead of an official reveal for Battlefield V on May 23, developer EA Dice and Electronic Arts had been keeping or at least trying to keep everything under wraps to intensify the moment. The game is still awaiting release for a later date this year. Yet some of the interesting information regarding the title was revealed when Battlefield's official Twitter account decided to tease their upcoming title from popular multiplayer shooter series. A teaser of the game is now on Twitter and YouTube.

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Battlefield V Teaser Trailer

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This week, the most anticipating live-stream reveal event of Battlefield V is going to be hosted by The Daily Show's Trevor Noah, who has announced of his involvement earlier on Twitter. We have a teaser trailer of the game from Twitter slightly ahead of the big event, which is yet unlisted on YouTube and you can only watch it if you have the link for it as it won't appear in search results or their video section. Even though, this teaser doesn't give away much, eagle-eyed fans are still looking for hidden clues.




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From May 18, the clip has been idly there on Battlefield's official YouTube channel and that means, Dice probably didn't wanted  everyone to find this except for the nosy ones. The trailer above is relatively short in duration but still; you can gather a few details from it. For those who have already played Battlefield 1 may find that HUD screen quite similar. But what we noticed from that screen is that it has a Union Jack on left and German army’s Balkenkreuz emblem on the right side.

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If you are still left wondering what that means, then this is one of the sign that says the game is set on World War II era of somewhat involved in it, just like previous rumors have suggested. Allied and Axis forces flag from WWII period is a strong hint because history says, Balkenkreuz insignia was worn by Germany only during the second World War. Now, it can be either the developer going for an alternate take on history or just ignoring it slightly to serve their purpose of secrecy.


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The scoreboard shown in the video also points out that the game has a four-player mode and from the objectives bar on top, it looks similar to Conquest mode. However, the biggest mystery is the setting of Battlefield V, as Dice has been teasing a "new setting" for their military shooter. Although the teaser suggests a World War II background, it can also be a decoy to distract fans from digging out too much than they want. We can only tell after the big-reveal on Mixer, Twitch and YouTube goes live.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Battlefield V Live Reveal Next Week

Putting all rumors and speculations to rest, official reveal for Battlefield V is heading this way and we have to wait only a few more days. When they mentioned for an untitled game from Battlefield franchise in last year's financial report, everyone has been waiting for it, while wondering what the title would be. Electronic Arts finally announced that in a live reveal event on May 23 at 1 PM PT, they will reveal the next game of their popular multiplayer shooter series.

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Battlefield V Live Reveal Next Week

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After initially let the cat out of the bag, EA has kept their mouth sealed up until now. Instead of confirming or denying anything, they just decided to sit back and watch the rumors fly. A theory of the game being set on World War II era and will be called Battlefield V came up. Then there was another that the new release will belong to their Bad Company series. Some even start calling it Battlefield 2018 before the official announcement came. Looking at their post on official Twitter account, we decided to run with the first theory.



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Also to let you know, this live reveal event will be hosted by Trevor Noah of The Daily Show, who posted about it on his personal Twitter account lately, which was also a rumor earlier. With that, he just cleared out all confusion and claimed it was "V EXCITING" for him. That is another clear hint at the game's current title. Given his day to day experience of hosting a popular show on a regular basis and having a fondness for video games, makes him a perfect choice for the job.



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Trevor Noah appearing on May 23 live event will surely increase the excitement for all the fans of this series from Electronic Arts. We also like to remind you that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the latest title from their rival series is going to be revealed tomorrow, which is earlier than Battlefield V. It will be interesting to see what predictions made by the players came out to be true and how much comparison people will do between these titles. You will be able to enjoy the reveal on Mixer, Twitch and YouTube when it is going to stream live.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Battlefield 2018 Possible Reveal Date

A sealed door from Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass expansion pack leads players to discover Easter Egg and reveal date for Battlefield V.

We know that Electronic Arts and EA Dice are working on their next Battlefield title and it will be revealed at EA Play 2018, which will start from June 9. What if we tell you that you will not have to wait that long and you can have an early peak at what they have in store for you? Well, you certainly can and hints to discover the date for an official reveal was hidden in plain sight. It was an in-game mystery that Dice added to their first-person shooter game Battlefield 1 from 2016.

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Battlefield 2018 Possible Reveal Date

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Watch this clip below of a Battlefield player figuring out a recently discovered Easter Egg that we will be talking about.




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Those who has been playing the game for some time now has probably seen that there is a locked door in the basement of Fort De Vaux map from They Shall Not Pass expansion, which is also blocked heavily. Standing beside it all you can hear is strange noises and someone screaming from inside, earning it a nickname "Zombie Door" from players. Recently, a way to unlock that door is discovered by breaking a number of warning signs on wall and then flipping switches beneath it in a definite order.

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The Horse Painting

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There are nine different switches to flip in specific order and spell out "Isolement", which means "Isolation" in French, just like "Quarantine" for a disease and it can be taken for a zombie-related Easter Egg. Once it opens, you will see four bunk beds, an old horse painting and a dripping pipe that still keeps drip-dropping. Turns out the water drops actually spells out a URL in Morse code and it is: ea.com/neverbethesame. Visiting the page you will get a date for May 23, when the next Battlefield game will be revealed.

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Never Be The Same

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Before we get to know the title of the game, at this time Battlefield V is all set to release October 2018 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Before we even get to see what awaits us ahead, many are claiming that the next Battlefield will be set on World War II, much like their rival as they explored the Second World War in Call of Duty: WWII last year. Some says, EA Dice will bring Battle Royale into Battlefield series but whatever is the real case, we will find out in two weeks.