It Took Six Minutes For E3's First Battle Royale Announcement


EA revealed more details today at the EA Play press conference including a closer look at the game's multiplayer. His tweet seems lighthearted enough, but considering how PUBG Corp. and Greene have responded in the past to games joining in on the fun with new battle royale modes, it would make sense that he's not too happy with Battlefield joining Call of Duty with the new mode. The publisher claims that it will be unlike anything players have played before, and it will reveal more details about it later this year. The new Battlefield V trailer shows off a glimpse of their options during the intense multiplayer experience. "We enjoy it. It's good fun, and it brings a new perspective". Footage of the new mode was then teased in the latest game trailer, which debuted online shortly after the presentation.

On the stage, the team did show off a brief preview of how the game has taken destructible environments to the next level, and showed players that they'll be able to move artillery and other previously stationary defense weapons using vehicles.

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Gustavsson added that there was an "extremely big push" from inside DICE for Battlefield to add battle royale. It seems EA was waiting for E3 to announce it.

The latest installment of the franchise will drop on October 19 for PC, XBox One, and PlayStation 4. The developers also discussed how Battlefield V will feature more innovation, more impactful mechanics, and more freedom to customize your characters than ever before.