In Battlefield V, developer DICE has returned to World War II. The campaign mode takes inspiration from Battlefield 1, putting players through “War Stories” which are missions that each focus on individual characters.
For all of you battle royale lovers out there, there isn’t, unfortunately, a battle royale mode. Not at launch anyway, who knows maybe the developers will add one later down the line.
Any sort of premium pass won’t exist because new maps and modes are going to be free. However expect loot boxes to still be a thing. Hopefully purely cosmetic
Battlefield V will be available on October 19th for PC, Xbox One & PS4.
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During last nights community reveal event developers Treyarch announced “Blackout” – an all new Battle Royale game mode for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
The Battle Royale genre has blown up over the last two years with games like PlayerUnkown’s BattleGrounds and the free to play Fortnite – and now the Call of Duty franchise has decided to give it a go.
It’s important to keep in mind that Black Ops 4 will not have a traditional Campaign. BlackOut pretty much takes it place.
This is all we know about the mode so far;
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