You know that the launch of your hot new game of the holiday season is complex when you have to release a guide telling people how they can play it! Well, that is exactly what EA has had to do with this year’s Battlefield V.
It has been well documented that October 2018 is one of the busiest months for games in many, many years. Battlefield 5, Black Ops 4, Assassins Creed, Red Dead 2, WWE 2K19 and a few others as well are all being released in a few weeks of each other. Clearly, not all of these games can succeed as people only have so much money…… and Battlefield looks like it could be the big AAA that disappoints this holiday season.
I will admit that my PC could not run Battlefield 5 at a respectable level, but if your PC can then you may be able to take part in the second Battlefield 5 Alpha Test which is taking place on the 14th of August.
Once again this is only for PC Battlefield 5 players and it is invite only. If you were part of the first alpha test then you will automatically be asked to be part of this one.
While games like Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2 are being released with so many special editions it is hard to keep track of them all. Battlefield 5 is keeping things more simple for us by having only one special edition so far and that is called the Battlefield 5 Deluxe Edition.
Battlefield V Will Have A Battle Royale Mode Most likely you are hooked on E3 like I am right now. However, before this, we got to see what EA have in store for us at their EA Play event and I was very interested to see more of Battlefield V. While the story trailer is something that really got me excited, so excited that I have watched it a couple of times now. It was the announcement that Battlefield V is going to feature a Battle Royale mode. This took me by surprise as this was something tha