DICE teams with NVIDIA for Battlefield V on the PC

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Last week, Call of Duty laid its cards on the table, drastically changing the CoD formula to shoe-in a battle royale mode.

EA has unveiled Battlefield 5 and numerous details fans want to know. Take on physical, all-out multiplayer with your squad in modes like the vast Grand Operations and the cooperative Combined Arms, or witness human drama set against global combat in the single player War Stories. Tune in to the EA PLAY Press Conference on June 9th when we debut Grand Operations to the world.

Battlefield V will release on October 19th this year, while the Deluxe Edition will release on the October 16th, and through EA Access on Xbox One and Origin Access on PC you'll be able to play from October 11th.

Rather than waiting until E3 in a few weeks time, EA chose to hold its own separate Battlefield 5 reveal event last night.

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During the reveal event today, DICE confirmed that Battlefield V will have no premium pass. Should you subscribe to EA Access, you'll get to start playing even earlier on October 11.

Are you looking forward to Battlefield V? As DICE emphasized throughout the event, they want to take us on a "journey" through various "themed chapters" and "key moments" of World War II - all of us, together. No one will need to pay for additional maps or modes that DICE releases. It lets teams square off in an hour long battle spanning multiple maps and multiple modes layered with an overarching narrative.

Construction aspects are also being brought into the game. But if you do get there, it actually kind of sounds like the final showdown will be a battle royale mode. The new features and modes should've been shown off with actual gameplay, not four dudes sitting around a table discussing it with the occasional artwork being shown.

Battlefield is one of the world's most popular first-person shooter franchises, with more than 54 million players live to date in its ecosystem across current generation consoles and PC. Where were the actual gameplay improvements?

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