Battlefield V multiplayer footage emerges at EA Play, battle royale mode confirmed


The highly anticipated action-RPG will arrive on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 on February 22, 2019. The reveal didn't include hard proof of BioWare's promises about story content in the game, however, particularly BioWare's onstage assurance that Anthem can wholly work as a single-player experience.

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Oddly enough, BioWare has announced in a full cover story with Game Informer that the game will not feature any romantic relationships between players.

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As we said before, we know Battlefield 5 and Anthem will be on hand, and it's a good bet that EA will give us a first look at new sports titles like the latest versions of Federation Internationale de Football Association and Madden. With all of the Star Wars hype surrounding the most recent trilogy and EA's own Star Wars Battlefront II, we definitely have this special universe on our minds and hopefully soon on our platforms. Not only did they show off a bit of new gameplay but we also got the release date as well. Sadly, no details regarding this mode were revealed today, other than the developer saying that it will be true to the Battlefield formula.

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DICE's Oskar Gabrielson and Lars Gustavsson unveiled the news and revealed that Battlefield Battle Royale will feature destructible environments. The latter's launch is far more limited, however, with Android users having first crack at the game's "pre-alpha" test version. Respawn offered zero gameplay of this new game on the EA Play stage.