With the worldwide reveal of this year's iteration on the Battlefield franchise just around the corner, DICE made a decision to tease anticipating fans with a super short clip giving us a glimpse at the game.
Stevivor is in London, on hand to be briefed on Battlefield 5. While not much was shared in it, it seems to confirm the World War II setting of the game. The two-finger "V" gesture has been first used during World War 2 by a Belgian politician, even if we have it tied to hippies and peace quotes.
Battlefield 1 featured a set of self-contained single-player stories that focused on different gameplay elements.
Well, you'll notice that we claimed with some confidence that Battlefield V will be taking place during WWII. This event will come just days after the reveal of Call of Duty Black Ops 4, which is likely set to compete with DICE's shooter at the tail-end of 2018. An anonymous source told VentureBeat that even if the team finds a way to make the mode work for Battlefield 5's mechanics, Battlefield 5 might not ship with a battle royale mode when it launches in October.
US Issues Alert in China 'Abnormal Sensations of Sound'
China-US relations have been strained recently, with the threat of a trade war looming. The Chinese foreign ministry could not be immediately reached for comment.
"Join us for the Battlefield V Live Reveal on May 23, as The Daily Show host Trevor Noah and the DICE development team show you how the battlefield will never be the same", the official YouTube link explains.
GE Transportation reaches agreement to merge with Wabtec
Wabtec CEO Raymond Betler will lead the combined company and its chairman, Albert Neupaver, will be executive chairman. GE has received $3.6 billion in orders in the past two quarters.
Samsung India eyes 5% rise in smartphone market share
Chat-over-Video allows consumers to chat through a transparent chat window and keyboard, while a video is still running. To add to the excitement, Samsung is offering "One time Screen Replacement Offer" for purchases till June 20th.