After reports of poor pre-demand on Battlefield V, it is clear that EA is planning to play on the nostalgic element of the past by providing an improved version of Battlefield Bad Company 2 and even making the Battle Royale free.
This is illustrated by a recent online rumor that first showed that the demand for Battlefield 5 has already surpassed the demand for Titanfall 2 and its sales in the first week combined, which is not entirely disappointing.
What’s more, an improved version of Battlefield Bad Company 2 was included in this World War II game to boost the game’s sales – as Activision did with Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare by incorporating Modern Warfare Remastered with it.
As for the report, Battle Royale is free. In fact, we know that Tor will be part of the game without paying extra money, but does that mean that EA intends to provide it independently, for example, like Fortnite? nobody knows.
Battlefield V will be available on October 19th on PC, PS4 and Xbox One – while EA has not commented on the news until now.