Published: Thu, May 24, 2018
Worldwide | By Victor Meyer

DICE partners with NVIDIA for Battlefield V, will feature NVIDIA-platform features

DICE partners with NVIDIA for Battlefield V, will feature NVIDIA-platform features

The game will be arriving on October 19, around the same time Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be launched.

EA has unveiled Battlefield 5 and numerous details fans want to know.

Tides of War - Embark on a journey where new content drops continuously transport you and your Company to a huge variety of key WW2 locations, where new battlefields and gear await. More information about Grand Operations will be shared at E3 next month.

Battlefield 5 will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Battlefield 5 was revealed by EA DICE during an event this afternoon.

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Nvidia engineers are working with Battlefield V developers to ensure that the GeForce platform can get the most out of the DICE games engine by delivering Game Ready drivers and other platform specific features for Battlefield V. Those that order the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition will get access three days early on October 16**, while EA Access and Origin Access members† will be able to jump into the Play First Trial on October 11. No one will need to pay for additional maps or modes that DICE releases. Not only do these customizations change the way your character and weapons look in-game, but they'll also impact gameplay.

Are you looking forward to Battlefield V? There will be a mode called "Combined Arms", which will put up to four players up against waves of bots in a "wide variety of missions". As reports suggested, it is indeed taking us back to World War II. The first chapter of Tides of War starts in November and will focus on the fall of Europe.

There are also reports that Battlefield 5 will have a Battle Royale mode, which isn't really that surprising. While the concept art that was shown was absolutely gorgeous, the presentation did little to generate hype. While visually impressive, the trailer was a mix of CGI and heavily scripted gameplay.

Battlefield is one of the world's most popular first-person shooter franchises, with more than 54 million players live to date in its ecosystem across current generation consoles and PC.

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