Battlefield 5 has had a bit of a troubled launch, and has tried to fix it trough some patches. However, after complaints from the players, EA Dice is rolling back the latest patch that tweaked damaged figures to make weapons less deadly.
Earlier this year at E3 2018, game developers DICE confirmed that a battle royale mode was in development for the long-awaited Battlefield V. The fact that it wasn’t going to be included at the game’s launch on October 19 put fans on edge. Then after the announcement, DICE went quiet on the subject.
There’s much ado about something over Swedish game developer DICE’s recent E3 2018 presentation! Battlefield V is getting a battle royale mode! It won’t be included at launch, which is set for October 19, but it is coming.
Recently, we’ve been hearing a lot about the upcoming new entry in the Battlefield franchise, Battlefield 5, and DICE has now released the minimum specifications needed to run the game on PC, so let’s take a look at them.
Soon after revealing the next entry in the series, EA DICE has announced that the upcoming Battlefield V will not be including micro-transactions such as a Premium Pass or loot crates. Although the game may have cosmetic items that player can purchase, anything that would effect game-play will be obtain solely through play.
EA has recently released a teaser trailer for the next entry of their famous shooter series, Battlefield 5. Most notable, this teaser confirms that the fifth entry will be set in World War Two, which hearkens back to the series’ roots. What might surprise people is that this trailer came out several days ago, but was left unlisted on their official YouTube Channel, making it very easy to mis...[Read More]