Battlefield V Battle Royale Gameplay Will Build Upon The Destructive Environments And Squad Play

Fans of the Battlefield franchise were quite excited when DICE announced Battlefield V Battle Royale mode during theirs EA Play presentation. However, no details were revealed about the Battle Royale mode but that has changed as DICE has revealed some new details about it.

Speaking in an interview with Geoff Keighley, design director Daniel Berlin talked about the Battlefield V Battle Royale mode and revealed that the battle royale mode will not only bring the elements that players love about the battle royale but will also be building the mode upon the things that Battlefield franchise is known for.

According to Daniel, Battlefield V Battle Royale mode will build upon team play, squad play and destructive environments for which the Battlefield franchise is known for.

The battle royale genre has around for a while, however, the genre really got some real traction from gaming community with the launch of PUBG. Since then many games have released such as Fortnite that have featured battle roayle and many more are in development.

The battle royale genre has been so much popular that even Call of Duty Black Ops 4 will be featuring a Battle Royale mode and is ditching singleplayer campaign for that.

Speaking of the Battlefield V, DICE has partnered with Nvidia for its upcoming game. This is the first time DICE has partnered with Nvidia for a Battlefield title.

According to Nvidia, they will be helping EA DICE to “create the definitive PC experience” for the upcoming Battlefield. “GeForce Experience will deliver Game Ready drivers, Optimal Playable settings, and other NVIDIA-platform features for Battlefield V.

Not only that,  the developers have also confirmed that Battlefield V will not feature a premium pass or loot boxes. Seems like following Star Wars Battlefront 2, EA has learned its lesson and is trying to do better.

Battlefield V is a first-person action shooter in development at EA DICE and is scheduled to launch on October 19, 2016, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.