Battlefield V will debut and show off new features at EA Play Live on June 9th!
EA Play is a huge video game event that takes place every year. This year Battlefield V is to be broadcast live from the Hollywood Palladium at 11 am PST on June 9, 2018. You will be able to learn more about the multiplayer experience: Grand Operations. For the first time, you will be able to lay your eyes on a new map.
If you attend EA Play, you’ll notice that there are 128 Battlefield V stations set up for gameplay. This allows players to get hands-on with Grand Operations. At the EA press conference, they will discuss some of their biggest games of the year like Anthem. The big reveal of Battlefield V introduced players to a new experience, one that gave off a World War 2 feel. You have never seen anything like it.
You learn about the company, your collection of soldiers, weapons, and vehicles. Your collection will grow with every battle you are in. There will be daily, weekly, and monthly events in the game. There is even a new fortification system that you learn how to counter destruction with. They have a Facebook, website, Instagram, and Twitter set up that you can follow.
At EA Play, you can expect to find:
A more detailed breakdown on how Grand Operations will change multiplayer
More info on the map revealed at EA Play
Complete coverage of multiplayer modes available at launch
The game is due for release Oct. 19 worldwide. If you have EA Access or Origin Access, you will play it first. You can preorder the game at their website.
Will you be getting the game? Are you excited about Battlefield V? Let us know in the comments, we’d love to hear from you!
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