Battlefield 5 takes players to the unseen locations of WWII

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Dice is not going to release a premium pass for Battlefield V and all players will get access to all multiplayer maps after launch.

"Tides of War is DICE's new approach to live services, where players will set out on an epic journey with their Company in unexpected battles throughout World War 2", a message from Dice explains.

Overall, the Battle Packs offered no in-game advantages (unless you count XP boosts), but DICE appears to be removing all element of chance from Battlefield 5's cosmetic reward system. We now know that DICE teamed with NVIDIA for Battlefield V, after years and years and many Battlefield games that were optimized for Radeon as DICE used to work with AMD. until now.

While "Battlefield V" launches worldwide on October 19 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC via Origin for PC and Xbox One, there are several ways to get access to the game early.

The highly anticipated first-person shooter game returns back to its roots by setting Battlefield 5 during World War II, similar to what it did with its first franchise release - Battlefield 1942 - released in 2002. Co-op missions called "Combined Arms" are being added; bringing smaller scale actions for players who would rather work together to complete objectives rather than engage in all out warfare.

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Though rumors suggested that a prototype battle royale mode was being developed alongside the game, it was not revealed today.

New game modes are being introduced as well, including an expansion to the single player "War Stories" mode that was first seen in Battlefield 1. Where were the actual gameplay improvements? The Daily Show host Trevor Noah hosted the reveal event where the developers revealed the game along with the details and the reveal date.

Which means that it is safe to pre-order Battlefield V and enjoy the bonuses that come with it.

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