Battlefield V has just announced a load of new intel for Tides of War, the live service for Battlefield V which is said to extend the life of the game well beyond the initial campaign and multiplayer available at launch on November 20.
There's just one problem. The long-awaited Battle Royale mode promised to fans isn't coming till MARCH.
March. A whole three months (possibly four depending on the launch date) after the game's initial release.
It's disappointing for fans of the series, especially after seeing the stellar response to Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout, Treyarch's own take on the Battle Royale format.
Keep reading for the complete breakdown for this part of the game
CHAPTER 3: TRIAL BY FIRE (STARTING IN MARCH)
Battle Royale comes to Battlefield with Firestorm and the war reaches Greece as the third Tides of War chapter is unleashed in the Spring.
Firestorm: During spring, DICE and Criterion start the fire with Battlefield Vs battle royale experience. Firestorm elevates the mode by bringing in the best of what Battlefield is known for. Mix a shrinking playing field with trademark Battlefield elements such as team play, powerful vehicles, and destruction, and you get many unique Battlefield moments coming your way.
Greece map: Join a massive aerial invasion along the Cretan coast. The Allied side is desperate to cling to the island under attack by the Axis, attempting to break through the British defenses air superiority and paratroops. This map brings all-out war defined by a power struggle between tank control versus air superiority.
Again, just like the other chapters, Trial by Fire will let you tackle weekly events to earn rewards, and as you progress through the chapter, further unlocks await.
You can read all about the three chapters for Battlefield V Tides of War on the link