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Battlefield V: Wake Island Map, release date revealed

Just in time for the holidays, DICE has revitalized Wake Island, undoubtedly the most popular map in Battlefield history. The popular map will be launched for free on Thursday 12 December, in conjunction with ...

Battlefield V Year 2 Edition, available on all platforms

An EA press release warns us that today's Battlefield V Year 2 Edition is available for both PC and Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Everything is ready for the exciting experience ...

Battlefield V, DICE cancels 5vs5 mode

In a post on the EA website, senior producer Ryan Mcarthur stated that the 5vs5 mode, scheduled for Battlefield V, has been canceled. This elimination is defined as "a difficult decision" ...
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A Battlefield V dev has been banned from the Black Ops 4 servers

The corporate world of video games is not based only on competition: after all, gaming exists to have fun. And it is just for fun that Florian Le Bihan, one of the Battlefield developers ...
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EA has released the trailer for the single player campaign of Battlefield V

Missing just over a month after the arrival of Battlefield V, which had recently been postponed following feedback received during the alpha sluice, E3 and Gamescom. With the case modifications supposedly made ...

Battlefield 5: Open Beta coming in September

The Battlefield 5 Closed Alpha has just ended and DICE, thanks to player feedback, was able to get interesting information for the next step. In fact, in a DICE blog post, yes ...

Battlefield 5 at the launch will only have the factions of England and Germany

In a series of blog posts, the most recent of which was published this week, DICE talked about how your company of soldiers will evolve during the game. To begin,...

Battlefield V will not abandon the single player

Two months ago, talking about the future of Battlefield V, representatives of DICE and Electronic Arts admitted to having learned the hard lesson that emerged from the microtransaction scandal in Star Wars Battlefront II, ...

Coronavirus, Modena Play also postponed

After Cartoomics, Modena Play also had to bend to the need to contain the CoVid-19. The festival of the game, which takes place since 2008 and ...

Amazon Prime Video, we discover the releases of March 2020

The month of February saw the interesting original "Hunters" series come out on Amazon Prime Video. But what will the month of March hold for us? Let's find out ...

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