Battlefield V Confirmed For May 23 Reveal


On the official site of Battlefield, DICE mentions that in this transmission they will give an idea of what your "epic journey" with Battlefield V will be like. The stream will be hosted by comedian Trevor Noah. After multiple rumors swirling around the web, we now have the host confirming Battlefield 5's official reveal event. "On the Battlefield V Live Reveal, the team developing the game will share their vision".

As you can see in the graphic above, the event will take place live online on YouTube, Twitch, and Microsoft's own streaming service, Mixer.

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Earlier Battlefield 1 fans discovered an Easter egg in the game that was a message written in Morse code that revealed "Battlefield will never be the same" along with the May 23 date.

Battlefield V will be the follow-up to 2016's Battlefield 1 and while the naming convention between the two titles might be a bit odd, it's important to remember that the last mainline Battlefield title was indeed Battlefield 4 which released back in 2013. Be sure to stay tuned to DualShockers next week as we'll be reporting on all the latest Battlefield V news as it develops.

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Electronic Arts most popular shooter, Battlefield will come out with yet another more advanced sequel. Today, we got some more news about the event. "This new game will advance the state of the art for the franchise, while still delivering the signature gameplay and Battlefield moments that have captivated and grown our global community".

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