Battlefield V content for 2019 outlined
New maps and content coming in Chapter 4 and 5 for multiplayer shooter
DICE and EA have announced plans for Battlefield V DLC content coming in 2019.
Coming in June, the Al Sundan map is based on the vista used in the single player War Story Under No Flag. Following the release of the Mercury map, the Battle of Greece will continue with Marita. Here, you’ll deploy on a sloping mountain ridge and within the tight streets of a rural town, where Allied forces are making a last stand to halt the Axis army.
Another upcoming map is Operation Underground, inspired by the Metro from Battlefield 3, it will deliver tight, infantry-focused action with more flexibility and new ways to get around.
Regular Firestorm updates will be coming, across both maps and systems. The first update will unveil new weapons, custom skins, squad respawn, improvements to the loot system, and matchmaking, and a brand-new landmark called The Dome.
Lastly, Battlefield V will reach the Pacific this fall with Chapter 5. As the U.S. and Japan enter the fight, expect additional maps, including a modern take on Iwo Jima.
If you've yet to try Battlefield V, starting June 8, the game will be added to the EA Access and Origin Access Vault. Battlefield V will also be available through EA Access on PlayStation 4 when it launches next month.
Battlefield V is available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.