EA Games has announced the next Battlefield game earlier today. Discover the new challenges that will change war forever. However, some have speculated that it will be another period from the past similar to Battlefield 1. But the next Battlefield happens on another frontline.
Comedian and host of The Daily Show Trever Noah will also be joining E3 during the big reveal.
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What do you expect from Battlefield V?
Battlefield has always been about high-fidelity immersion, and Battlefield V isn't any different.
A first look at the game begins on May 23 at 1PM PT/4PM ET. Will this teamplay-focused experience be in the next Battlefield?
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But what word? This is what has driven the internet apart, with some people reporting to hear " Yanny ", and others " Laurel ". Why can we not just have peace in our time? Now that this reporter only hears Yanny , all she wants to do is hear Laurel again.
We don't know much about Battlefield V, but we do know that the reveal takes place on May 23, 2018 at 4 PM EDT on platforms like Mixer, Twitch and YouTube. Now we know, it will be Battlefield V and an official reveal is right around the corner, coming on May 23rd.
As for why Noah got the job of hosting the reveal, "gamer", he says in the video, is his "main job".
Battlefield 5 will feature a new mode which will be unique and new challenges, with multiple maps and modes for online multiplayer and single-player campaign. Is your search history full of white horses? Is your whiteboard covered in Morse code? How close were you to the truth of Battlefield V?
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