Battlefield 5 Firestorm Gameplay Footage Leaks Online

Battlefield 5 Firestorm Gameplay Footage Leaks Online

A new video showing up the new Battlefield 5 Firestorm Trailer has just been leaked by a data miners and YouTuber called the JROBtheFinesser.

If you're a Battlefield vet, you'll no doubt recognize the Father of Battlefield Lars Gustavsson's voice as the narrator, which adds further credibility to the leaked trailer. Apex Legends-style customization does not appear to be an option, however. It's got an uphill climb, but there's a lot of Battlefield fans that should be willing to give it a go.

Of course, there's the possibility that the footage spilled on YouTube is somehow faked, but that seems unlikely, given that this is a pretty convincing looking video which lines up with previously leaked info in many respects.

Battlefield 5 sold more than 7 million copies, but overall it failed to meet EA's commercial expectations.

Battlefield 5 Firestorm to Headline Chapter 3 of Tides of War

Firestorm will be playable solo, in duos, or with a squad. That's to say you will drop on a map, scrounge around for weapons for yourself and any potentially teammates, and grab backpacks for additional storage capacity on your person. Loot comes in three rarities: common, rare, and epic. You'll also be able to fire a pistol while you're knocked down, and there are special objectives hidden round the map which will give you access to rewards including Gyrocopters, tanks, and ATVs.

Overall, it looks and sounds like a fairly conventional battle royale: It's a "level playing field" with no distinct classes, and while teammates can revive you when you're down, once you're out, you're out-there are also no Apex-like resurrection stations to bring you back from the dead.

As revealed this week, ammo is divided by weapon class rather than calibre.

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