DICE, developers of Battlefield 5, have revealed that the game’s next update, which will hit this summer, will be the last.
Despite the controversy surrounding microtransactions in gaming, EA is planning to add them to Battlefield 5 in 2019.
Battlefield developer DICE have announced that they’ve delayed the release date of Battlefield 5, the latest title in the Battlefield franchise, by a month.
An industry analyst indicates that number of pre-orders for Battlefield 5 may be lower than what the publisher and other analysts expected.
Electronic Arts is considering allowing cross-playability across platforms for future releases following the success of Fortnite.
EA officially revealed Battlefield 5 with a new gameplay trailer, as well as giving out some further details about what Battlefield 5 will be when it launches later this year.
According to a source close to EA’s DICE studio, who asked to remain nameless, a battle royale prototype is being developed for use in Battlefield 5.