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Update: DICE has confirmed the May 6th reveal date for Battlefield 5 via the game’s Twitter account.Set aside some time Battlefield fans, the premiere is slated for May 6th, 2016 at 4PM EST/ 9PM BST.
Will and I are back for AOTF Podcast #30, giving you another discussion of the week’s gaming news.The first, and most interesting of these has to be the official unveiling of Battlefield 1, which was formerly known as Battlefield 5.
In a not too surprising move, EA revealed during a recent investor call that their upcoming WW1 shooter Battlefield 1 will feature microtransactions of some sort.They did not go into specifics, so likely we will see an unobtrusive set of optional small DLC, but it’s important to note that those who are averse to microtransactions might want to look deeper into the game.
EA made the reveal that everyone was waiting for during their E3 press conference, and that was to show off the first official gameplay of Battlefield 1.The trailer features some very impressive graphics with plenty of explosions to marvel at, and you can check it out for yourself at the bottom of this post.
EA showed us the first official gameplay of Battlefield 1 during their E3 press conference, revealing incredible graphics and new Behemoth ultimate vehicles that will be shaking up the gameplay.There will be a few new ways that Battlefield 1 will make its mark on the fps genre later this year, which go towards making sure that “no battle is ever the same.
The Battlefield series is set to be getting a completely new UI soon, with developer DICE sending out emails to fans letting them know that it is currently in the works.This new UI will supposedly improve the social aspect of the Battlefield experience, enhancing the process of players partying up and looking for games together.
With Battlefield 1’s first of four expansion DLC’s “They Shall Not Pass” arriving shortly in the month of March, DICE the studio responsible of the long standing fps franchise has finally revealed details of what the Battlefield 1 playerbase can expect in terms of future content for the game.Which according to a post they published earlier today, the Battlefield 1 playerbase can expect the inclusion of naval battle, snow maps and the addition of “unique” weapons in the upcoming expansion releases.
Sony has released their monthly top seller list for the PlayStation Store, revealing the most downloaded games on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita for the month of February.Ubisoft’s For Honor takes the top spot, even beating out the excellently received Horizon: Zero Dawn.
I reviewed Battlefield 1 for our site back in October when it launched.As far back as I remember, DICE has been putting out quality DLC for this series, and They Shall Not Pass is no exception.
In a surprising move, especially to those who currently partake in the CTE of DICE’s popular World War 1 shooter, Battlefield 1.It looks like DICE has something up their sleeves for those who already happened to reach rank 10 for any of the classes in the near future.
However, it seems that DICE has something that will hopefully tackle this issue with their latest feature that will arrive to Battlefield 1 soon.Which is none other than the inclusion of “Premium Friends”.
With Battlefield 1’s first expansion DLC, “They Shall Not Pass” in the hands of the public as of March 28th.This, of course, means a bit of a closer look at the “In The Name Of The Tsar” expansion for the World War 1 shooter.
Switching to a monthly release schedule for updates, DICE says “we’re going to bring you more of what you want, faster than ever.”
The big announcement, however, is that the Platoon System will be launched in Battlefield 1 this Spring.