Battlefield V Revealed in a New Official Trailer
It was revealed today by Electronic Arts and DICE, a new official trailer for their upcoming first person shooter game, Battlefield V, showcasing an action-packed video where players can see some gameplay footage. Also it was announced that the game will be releasing worldwide on October 19th.
Check out the official reveal trailer of Battlefield V, featuring some gameplay footage:
During its big reveal presentation today, Electronic Arts announced that they won’t be offering a paid season pass for Battlefield V. Instead, they will launch a regular stream of content updates for the online shooter–all for free–as part of its “Tides of War” live service.
“Enter mankind’s greatest conflict with Battlefield V as the series goes back to its roots with a never-before-seen portrayal of World War 2. Assemble your Company of customized soldiers, weapons, and vehicles – then take them on an epic journey through the Tides of War. Experience the most intense, immersive Battlefield yet. You will never be the same.
Players who pre-order Battlefield V now, will be able to play its Open Beta early access*
All of us here at DICE share the passion to create extraordinary things, which is something which has held true ever since four friends in the Amiga demo scene founded the company (then Digital Illusions) in 1992 and released cult hit Pinball Dreams for the Amiga. The early successes culminated ten years later when the groundbreaking Battlefield 1942 changed the future of both online gaming and DICE forever.
Now, more than 20 years later, the name DICE has become synonymous with the highest pedigree of games, spearheaded by the ever-successful Battlefield series and the upcoming Mirror’s Edge and Star Wars Battlefront.
About the Frostbite Engine
The first generation of Frostbite was designed and built in conjunction with the game Battlefield Bad Company. Based on DICE’s experience with the large scale open world Battlefield series, Frostbite was an ambitious game engine that enabled large scale multiplayer interactions in dynamic destructible environments. Today Frostbite is the core piece of EA’s one-team strategy; through the sharing of technology between studios we are creating a shared language for EA developers.
Our workflows and runtimes are highly configurable and cover all disciplines of development including Audio, Animation, Cinematics, Scripting, Physics, Destruction, Rendering, VFX, and more.”
*Conditions and restrictions apply. See https://www.battlefield.com/disclaimers for details