Nvidia engineers are working with Battlefield V developers to ensure that the GeForce platform can get the most out of the DICE games engine by delivering Game Ready drivers and other platform specific features for Battlefield V.
Returning to its roots, Battlefield V will take place during the WWII era, after the original Battlefield was first set in the second World War in Battlefield 1942, released back in 2002. These mostly contained weapon and vehicle cosmetics, though it was possible to collect pieces for unique melee weapons, as well as the occasional XP boost.
Okay, sure they probably took some creative license, but who hasn't dreamed of a Mad Max/World War II mash-up?
Also, there's a new feature called Battlefield V Tides of War. You won't win any chicken dinners by yourself.
There's an update to operations now and it is called "grand operations" that will be taking players on a tour across different game modes on multiple maps. Players will also be able to customize any of the four classes (assault, medic, assault, and support) and specialize in certain areas like stealth.More news: Chennai Super Kings' IPL success down to experience - Faf du Plessis
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Don't lie, the uniforms are half the reason we joined anyway. The developers have declared that players will have no way to get an unfair advantage in Battlefield V by paying more and there won't even be a series-standard DLC.
A new gameplay mode, Grand Operations, was introduced. Players' soldiers can now tow stationary weapons, build fortifications and fix war-torn structures to turn the battlefield to the player's advantage.
Now you can reinforce, and in some cases, reconstruct parts of the battlefield you blew up earlier in the match with a new toolkit, which replaces Battlefield 1's gas mask. The franchise's trademark level destruction is also back, but a neat new addition on the opposite end of the spectrum will be the toolbox, which now gives players the ability to build up fortifications.
The Battlefield V Deluxe Edition will contain the base game, special customization items, bonus Starter Assignments, 20 weekly items, and access to the game three days before its official launch.
The first trailer for Battlefield V is available below, followed by the full reveal event, which was hosted by Trevor Noah. Here's hoping we don't get that with Battlefield V.