Battlefield V's battle royale mode called Firestorm is officially dropping on 25 March 2019. The release date was confirmed in the reveal trailer that shows what exactly can players expect from Battlefield V's battle royale arena.
Electronic Arts have officially announced the release date for Battlefield V's highly anticipated battle royale mode called Firestorm in the latest trailer.
Players can start parachuting into the WW2 battle royale arena on 25 March 2019 and judging by reveal trailer, they are up for one explosive experience.
The trailer shows two squads landing next to each other before they start looting the nearby buildings. The conflict ultimately leads to gunfight and artillery barrage on one of the houses.
A crazy combination of a tractor and an anti-tank gun can also be seen in the trailer, along with a small, four-seat helicopter. Furthermore, a group of characters can be seen driving a boat that also features wheels and can be used as a proper terrain vehicle.
As for the map, just like earlier info suggested, it's set in Norway region and it features snowy mountains, lakes and pine forests. One of the shots also shows heavy snow weather which suggests that Firestorm map could include multiple weather variations or even dynamic weather that changes as the match progresses.
Speaking about matches and progress, the shrinking circle looks pretty devastating in Firestorm and just like the name of the battle royale mode suggests, the fire will destroy everything in its path, including trees, buildings and even vehicles.
At the very end of the trailer, a sneak peek at one of the Firestorm's tanks is shown, and by the looks of it, tanks will be well hidden is some kind of sealed underground bunkers.
More details on all Firestorm features including the tank vehicles will probably be revealed as we get closer to the release date.
Firestorm will be available as a free update included in Battlefield V's Trials by Fire chapter that will also bring new multiplayer mode, location and Combined Arms mission.
Battlefield V, WWII shooter by DICE and Electronic Arts
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