DICE will reveal Battlefield V next week

Battlefield V teaser

Today Electronic Arts and EA DICE have officially confirmed the next entry in the long-running series, titled Battlefield V. The Daily Show host Trevor Noah is also set to host the event.

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.

Earlier Battlefield 1 fans discovered an Easter egg in the game that was a message written in Morse code that revealed "Battlefield will never be the same" along with the May 23 date.

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Battlefield V may feature similar monetization models as previous games in the franchise including microtransactions as well as season pass macrotransactions. Shortly before the development of the game, Electronic Arts has sprinkled some clues on the official site to suggest what players can expect with this game. Additionally, a new blog post provides ten things that you should know about the game before its reveal. Tickets for this huge gaming event [VIDEO] will be distributed for free, though fans should be at the venue in order to get the free tickets. Could Battlefield and EA be going in the exact opposite direction of Call of Duty? In short, the company is doing well.

While we don't want to scoop our own reveal, you can bet your favorite Battlefield 1 weapon that exciting gameplay changes are coming.

In terms of multiplayer the game is said to feature the iconic large-scale warfare but this time around it spans "multiple maps and modes" and features a "teamplay-focused experience". Dollars for donuts - a battle royale mode. A source close to EA said that the studio is now working on the last-man-standing mode.

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