Battlefield 5 Battle Royale Mode “Firestorm” Finally Revealed

Throughout today’s Battlefield 5 Open Beta event, we have been quite amazed by its pleasant gameplay already included in the beta, including some of the fan’s most favorite game modes such as conquest. But EA DICE has spoken even more. To be more precise, everyone loves to see how the new Battle Royale mode will look in a WW2 Environment, or more precisely, in Battlefield 5.

Well, the first footprints have been set by EA Dice, and there may lay our only reason why the release date has been set to a rather later than the first known date of release. Below you can find the first looks of the Battle Royale gameplay in Battlefield 5, which includes a more deeper explanation of the remaining game modes as well.

As the trailer explains, the new Battle Royale mode will consist of 16 teams of four players. That is a total of 64 players, such as the current servers offer. However, the intriguing part is that will include 8 different maps, each one of them offering a different environment and game mode.

The beta version of the game is currently available for EA Access members, including for those who have pre-ordered the game, while others will have to wait two days later or more precisely, to September 6 in order to taste the genre inside Battlefield 5.

Since we are already a part of the Open Beta, we can conclude that some difficulties are persistent, which shouldn’t be taken as seriously as the game is still under development. Therefore, postponing the release date may have a vital part in the final stage, polishing the game for an enhanced experience and no hard feelings.

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