A new game mode is coming to Battlefield V, in the next few days, that takes the Battle Royale genre all the way back to World War II. More within...
Add one more Battle Royale game to Electronic Arts' lineup of games. Earlier this year, they dominated the Battle Royale landscape when they delivered Apex Legends. On March 25, they hope to do it again when they debut Battlefield V: Firestorm. Firestorm will be free to all players who own Battlefield V and will feature 64-player combat, across a vast landscape of forest, water, and air. The Battle Royale mode will be playable either solo or with a squad, and feature a multitude of ways to cause maximum destruction. See it all in action with the new trailer.
Firestorm is Battle Royale re-imagined for Battlefield and carries the franchise’s signature best-in-class gunplay, stunning visuals, devastating combat, vehicles and destructible environments. Firestorm introduces Battlefield’s biggest map ever, Halvoy, with an expansive terrain that ranges from snow-covered mountains to open waterfronts and everything in between. On top of that, the mode includes the ability to jump in Solo or play as a Squad, unlock stronger vehicles with Breakouts, and even drive a tractor right through the battlefield. Put simply, Firestorm is a 64-player fight for survival across air, land and sea.
Battlefield V: Firestorm unleashes on March 25, 2019, exclusively for owners of the Battlefield V game.