by on Sep 4, 2018

Battlefield V’s battle royale mode is called Firestorm

DICE has unveiled a new trailer for Battlefield V, offering the first proper look at the game's battle royale mode, Firestorm.

Firestorm will see sixteen teams of four scrapping it out on a massive map — the lagest Battlefield has seen to date — to become the last squad standing. The battle royale mode offers a sprawling sandbox filled with destructible buildings, weapons, and vehicles, with what seems to be a huge firestorm (hence its name) closing in on your position as the battle intensifies. 

In addition, the trailer offers a fresh look at the War Stories single-player missions, confirming players will be engaging in ferocious tank battles in North Africa, battling in freezing conditions in Norway, fighting in the streets of Rotterdam, and slugging it out with the Nazis across the French countryside.

DICE also highlights some of the new gameplay improvements introduced with the World War II-based shooter, such as enhanced movement, gun mechanics, and more.

Battlefield V is due for release on November 20 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.




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Battlefield V

on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Release Date:

31 December 2018