EA DICE Reportedly Considering Battle Royale Mode for Battlefield V

EA DICE Reportedly Considering Battle Royale Mode for Battlefield V

EA DICE Reportedly Considering Battle Royale Mode for Battlefield V

A battle royale mode is being prototyped and tested within "Battlefield V", the latest entry in Electronic Arts' air, land and sea combat game, according to a VentureBeat report. I believe it is pretty safe to say what the theme for E3 2018 is going to be. It's only in the prototype phase right now, and if it does work, the team won't be able to get it finished before release. Namely, it will see 100 players drop into a location and try to be the last person standing.

That said, it hasn't been confirmed that Battlefield V will exclusively be a battle royale game. If this news turns out to be true then there's no doubt Battlefield 5 will draw huge crowds away from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite.

Lately, it feels like everyone and their mother wants to get in on the battle royale goodness.

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Yet, having seen "Fortnite" developer Epic Games hit gold after spinning off "Fortnite: Battle Royale" as a standalone free download, could EA greenlight a separate "Battlefield: Battle Royale" release, taking on the might of "PUBG" and "Fortnite" even more directly? There also other options such as playing in squads or duos. The reports are quite interesting since the two series have always kept their game modes and made just minor changes throughout the years. Well, in their own way both games can pull it off and are going to be very different experiences. Are you playing any battle royale games?

In case it wasn't the most bleedingly obvious direction for the world's most popular large scale FPS studio, DICE is reportedly working on a battle royale project. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills.

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