EA and DICE are looking to get some more Battlefield V (BF5) players by letting any PC gamer jump onto BFV completely free of charge for the next three weekends.
Each of the free weekends will feature different multiplayer game modes for a variety of different gamers. Also, throughout the trial periods Squad Contest mode, War Stories and the untold and single-player stories inspired by real WW2 events are available. If you decide to participate in any of the free weekends, all progression throughout the trail periods will be carried over to your account if you decide to purchase the game.
EA has planned for players to try out the Rush game mode for the first week on the trial, second week will be legendary Conquest mode and finally the third week will be the Grand Operations mode. If you are interested in jumping into the action, you can pre-load the game through the Origin Store, a link to that can be found here.
EA is probably quite desperate for players on Battlefield V, especially considering the hype for Firestorm has basically all but died, and the Battlefield V severs are dwindling with players. Gamers seem to be still flocking to the battle royale titles such as Apex Legends (season 3) and Fortnite. EA needs to step up their game and give gamers what they actually want to play, Battlefield Bad Company 3.
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