Battle royale Firestorm mode, single player and more
Celebrating the start of its open beta phase, Electronic Arts has released a new trailer which details some of the future elements which will be available in the full game, including the battle royale mode, singleplayer and more.
Open Beta still on track for September 6th
EA/DICE said that the release date for Battlefield 5 is pushed back to November 20th, which will allow the developer to make final adjustments to the core gameplay.
The Devastation of Rotterdam in-game footage
Electronic Arts has released the newest Battlefield 5 gameplay trailer ahead of Gamescom 2018 which kicks off next week in Cologne, Germany.
From the same E3 demo
Electronic Arts and Bioware have released a new 20-minute gameplay trailer for the upcoming Anthem game, showing more details with some of the features explained by the game's lead producer, Ben Irving.
Says there is no loot boxes or pay-to-power
While Battlefield 5 was a big focus of EA's pre-E3 conference, Bioware's Anthem was also a big part of it, as the game is scheduled to launch on February 22nd on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4.
Mobile guys now in charge for Frostbite
One of the key guys behind Adreno, Tim Leland, has joined EA and is working under CTO as a general manager and VP in charge of the Frostbite engine. He will report to the EA’s CTO, Ken Moss. This hire definitely sets a wind of change within Electronic Arts.
New gameplay trailers, Battle Royale mode in future
As expected, EA/DICE has revealed a lot of details regarding Battlefield 5 at the EA Play 2018 stage at E3 2018 show, including new gameplay trailers, multiplayer and singleplayer modes, as well as the future Battle Royale mode.
Were published as placeholders
EA/DICE has pulled down the earlier released minimum PC requirements for Battlefield 5 which were posted on Origin, saying those were published only as placeholders.
Quite reasonable hardware requirements
To big surprise, EA has released PC minimum system requirements for its freshly announced Battlefield V game and although it is a bit early, it does not appear that you'll need a new hardware compared to the Battlefield 1.