At EA Play, EA's pre-E3 2018 event the company also showed off some new multiplayer gameplay including movable weapon structures and an unprecedented level of destruction. While EA first debuted Battlefield V on May 23, the company used this opportunity to elaborate on features like the massive Grand Operations.
As mentioned, this news comes hot on the heels of Activision's announcement last month that Black Ops 4 would have a Battle Royale mode.
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After arriving at the palace, the royals assembled on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch a fly-by by the Royal Air Force. The Duke of Edinburgh retired from public duties previous year , and now only makes appearances at a few selected events.
As expected, EA's E3 2018 briefing delivered some more news about Battlefield V, the much-anticipated World War II shooter from developer DICE.
Battlefield V launches on 19th October for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC with three day early access on 16th October for Deluxe Edition owners. We do know that developers are promising to bring us an "experience that we haven't had before", but we've heard that before.
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Later, Del Bosque limited himself to saying that "I don't have an opinion on whether he should remain at Real Madrid or not". Marcelo was also asked about Sergio Ramos and Roberto Firmino as the fallout from the Champions League final continued.
It's unknown what form this new Battle Royale mode for Battlefield will take on, however. It is planned to be their biggest and most immersive Battlefield game yet. In the case of "Battlefield V", it's not clear how large the mode is or how it will work. Keep it locked to VGR and we'll let you know more about what we think as additional details leak out.
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Mr Nyantakyi has not replied to multiple requests for comment while the GFA has said it would cooperate with any investigation. The latest documentary from controversial Ghanaian journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anasexposes this unfortunate truth.