DICE‘s World War II FPS might have another thing coming after the game’s launch…
Battlefield Bulletin noticed that Electronic Arts‘ website’s blurb about Battlefield V‘s multiplayer reads that the Combined Arms mode, which offers cooperative experiences, will not be part of the game when it launches in October!
This game mode allows you to play together with three of your friends, regardless of their skill level. Beginners could be in a supportive role while you are on the frontlines. The mission generator has dynamic objectives and narrative to keep the game mode fresh.
What does this possible delay mean? Well, after the already post-launch battle royale mode (which could also launch as a free-to-play, separate game altogether!), as well as the vehicle customisation, something else that could have given Battlefield V an edge over Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII, is now coming after the game is out. Oh, and Treyarch’s shooter has battle royale as Blackout already when the game arrives! However, is this true? We have our doubts (thus the question mark in the title) – David Sirland, the game’s multiplayer producer, doesn’t seem to be worried on Twitter. There might be question marks above the launch date, but we’ll see.
Battlefield V will launch on October 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Deluxe Edition pre-orderers can play from October 16, while Origin Access Premier subscribers on PC can start on October 11.