We’ll Have To Wait A LOT For Battlefield V’s Battle Royale Mode!

DICE and Electronic Arts revealed when the game would receive the battle royale game mode.

While Treyarch put the battle royale game mode called Blackout into Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII at launch, DICE will not follow suit. They have revealed the post-launch roadmap for Battlefield V. The live services will launch in December. The first phase, Overture, will go until January, and it will add a Practice Range game mode, a single-player story (The Last Tiger), vehicle customization, as well as tank battles in Belgium. Firestorm? Nope – the battle royale game mode will not be part of the first phase…

The second phase, Lightning Strikes, will run from January until March, and it will contain a co-op Combined Arms mission (Combat Strike), the Rush game mode, the Squad Conquest game mode, and a Grand Operations mission. Firestorm? Still nowhere!

Phase three, dubbed Trials of Fire, will bring the battles in Greece, a Combined Arms mission, an unnamed multiplayer mode, and wow, Firestorm, the battle royale game mode, into Battlefield V

So, we might have to wait as much as half year that Firestorm, which was teased at EA Play, would be included in Battlefield V that launches on November 20 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It might hurt Electronic Arts and DICE, the latter having at least forty people abandon them after Star Wars: Battlefront II…

Source: Engadget

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