Battlefield V revolves around what the game calls the Company, a group of soldiers players can create and deeply customise, right down to the weapons and vehicles they use, as well as the clothes they wear and the war paint they cover themselves in.
Last week Call of Duty revealed the next game in that series, Black Ops 4, will feature a dedicated battle royale mode for the first time rather than a single player campaign.
There will nearly certainly be a very flashy first trailer released for Battlefield 5, along with details on key modes.
As far as new modes and gameplay features, the devs are stressing that the battlefield itself will be a major character itself, and the terrain and world around you being destroyed will be taken to a new level.
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A new gameplay mode, Grand Operations, was introduced.
Battlefield 5 will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
During the reveal event today, DICE confirmed that Battlefield V will have no premium pass. As you fight in epic, unexpected locations across the globe, enjoy the richest and most immersive Battlefield yet. It also showcases the soldier customization in action, as evidence by the woman's hook-like hand. As DICE emphasized throughout the event, they want to take us on a "journey" through various "themed chapters" and "key moments" of World War II - all of us, together. While standard Battlefield modes you've come to expect are returning, including the 64-player Conquest, Team Deathmatch and Domination, to fill out the multiplayer roster of modes. The first chapter of Tides of War starts in November and will focus on the fall of Europe. That being said, we won't be surprised if a battle royale mode is added down the line to compete with other games. While the concept art that was shown was absolutely gorgeous, the presentation did little to generate hype. It's broken up into episodes with each of them focussing on a different theatre of conflict such as the Norwegian Resistance during World War 2.