It is the most intense war simulation game we have ever seen and if you have any doubts about its quality, rest assured EA DICE has done an exceptional job here.
Here are some high resolution screenshots from the game that reveal tantalising clues into Battlefield V's story line and game play.
Battlefield 5 takes players back to the lesser known stories of World War II.
Battlefield V takes things back to where the series began its journey, which is the World War 2 and this is Dice's new take on it.
Besides the regular details Dice mentioned that they give much thought on how to handle the monetary involvement in the game and made a decision to avoid the lootbox fiasco that plagued the Star Wars Battlefront II. With a mode that so clearly leads the current gaming zeitgeist, it comes as a surprise that the reveal stream for Battlefield V didn't even mention battle royale.
"Battlefield 5 is a homecoming for DICE as a studio-a return to the era that came to define the Battlefield franchise", said Oskar Gabrielson, General Manager, DICE. "By combining our talented development team with NVIDIA's advanced gaming technologies and robust GeForce PC gaming platform, we're creating the most physical, immersive, and visually-striking way to experience Battlefield V".
"In Tides of War, their journey through World War 2 will grow through themed experience that will include events and all-new ways to play like Grand Operations, while also unlocking the latest themed rewards such as weapons and vehicles to further shape their Company".
The game is set for release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 19, 2018. Dice is not going to release a premium pass for Battlefield V and all players will get access to all multiplayer maps after launch. A debut trailer gives players their first look at the game, which is set during World War II and its "unseen locations". As well, Deluxe buyers will get early access on October 16.
In celebration of the upcoming launch, EA and DICE are giving all Battlefield players the opportunity to download content from Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 4 for free on the Road to Battlefield V. Now for a limited time, players can download and keep Battlefield 1 In the Name of Tsar and Battlefield 4 Final Stand**.