The release of DICE’s Battlefield V has been on one interesting journey since the game’s official release back in November. Varying from the controversy that spawned prior to the game dropping to the many problems that have been discovered following its launch, fans of the World War 2 set shooter still hope for good content that is said to be coming to the game.
The game’s developer has recently shared the forecast for what will be dropping for the game throughout the course for 2019. Divided up between the three upcoming chapters that will be heading to the title in the coming months.
Next week on March 25th, Chapter Three: Trial By Fire will kick off with the long awaited Firestorm battle royale mode that has only been touched upon more recently with the mode’s official reveal last week. Following into next month as the Combined Arms co-op mode will receive a new arsenal of missions for players to choose from. Then after in May a new map takes the battle to Greece with ‘Mercury’. Then in June a new mode titled Outpost will drop on the game’s servers where the premise is stated to:
Secure and build objectives to ensure your team assembles enough soldiers to endure through the fight.
Chapter Four: Defying The Odds will begin at the start of the Summer in June which will include Up Close and Personal, coming with “new maps and modes” for players who favor close quarters combat. Another map with the name ‘Marita’ will also drop assuming the next month in July along with a new urban combat map in August.
For the Fall, Chapter 5 is said to introduce a “completely new theatre of war”. Some users are already speculating that the chapter will focus on the United States involvement with Japan following Pearl Harbor deprived from the title ”Awakening the Giant”.
Battlefield V is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Source: Electronic Arts