Although there's no telling exactly what will be shown off during next week's reveal for Battlefield V, it's a safe bet to make that the official unveiling will mostly revolve around a highly polished trailer created to highlight the cleanest-looking visuals developed so far.
EA is set to reveal the newest entry in the Battlefield franchise next week on May 23. It'll broadcast on YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer, and will be hosted by Trevor Noah, who announced the broadcast earlier today. However, some have speculated that it will be another period from the past similar to Battlefield 1.
Well, nothing can be confirmed as we do not know much about the game, just as many other media around the world.
The news comes a week after a Battlefield 1 Easter egg was discovered teasing the date via morse code by way of literal water dripping from a pipe, spelling out "Never Be The Same". "On the Battlefield V Live Reveal, the team developing the game will share their vision", a post on EA's Battlefield website reads. While this usually is a given, with competing military shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 rumoured to forsake a single-player campaign and throw in a battle royale mode instead, it's heartening to see EA throw fans of single-player experiences something to bother with. After all, it was confirmed several months ago that a reveal trailer was in the works, suggesting that DICE and Electronic Arts intend on displaying the most polished assets possible right out of the gate. But the tweet describes it as "V EXCITING!" and at the end of the video, he says, "We've got big news".
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