Some hints have been dropped regarding game’s new Battle Royale mode. Officially it is called Firestorm, and it features 16 teams each having 4 players competing to last team standing in Battlefield map. Battle Royale is impossible to get away from the moment. PUBG and Frontier have dominated gaming for a long time. EA’s Battlefield will launch on 20 November 2018.
Criterion Games are evolving Firestorm in cooperation with DICE
This is what we call breaking news. Criterion Games are generally known for their Speed games. These are usually allowed by EA to develop Battlefield V’s Battlefield Royale mode. It clearly shows how solemnly EA is concerned about this mode. There are going to be so many powerful vehicles here.
A massive blazing ring will terrify you throughout.
This is obvious to consider it as Firestorm. None of the Battle Royale games have had this. It will be amazing to look when the circle becomes small, and fireball storm hits you if you are careless.
Firestorm objectives and the squad play
DICE, for a long while has been stating that Battle Royale works Battlefield way. There is going to be squad play in Firestorm. It will be consisting of 64 people with 16 teams of 4 people squad in competition. Missions in this mode would be similar to ones given in Battlefield’s other ways like in the Conquest mode. Like in other Battle Royale games, the squad game will not do not have weapons from the beginning. Picking up the weapons in the world would vary on the approaches you and your teammates have made. Playing right way will unlock the gears so that you can outlast the Firestorm.
It features most massive Battlefield map hitherto
It is going to be fun to see Firestorm managing game’s most extensive map ever generated. Only time can tell if it Will be able to generate the same dense atmosphere of war. Precisely like the Conquest battle.
You will get a unique tactical loadout if you preorder the game. You will get Fire Ranger set and its goggles, along with light battle fatigues and MKIII Elite Combat Dagger with the launch of Firestorm in March 2019.
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