Battlefield V Firestorm Datamine Reveals Lots Of Potential Details

Donna Miller
March 11, 2019

The tutorial video for Battlefield 5's battle royale mode, Firestorm, has leaked. That post mentions a 64-player limit, with typical Battlefield classes present (although the video suggests that these won't confer individual advantages).

Weapons will have dedicated ammo and you'll only be able to carry a limited amount, so DICE encourage people to share ammo amongst their squad wisely.

The leaked video below does seem to fall in line with the datamined details we reported earlier in the week.

What are you thoughts on this Firestorm datamine?

Firestorm's map have major objectives that, when captured, unlock attack vehicles. These vehicles allow the player to travel distances but will also put the player at the disadvantage of getting discovered by enemies. Maybe this will spark Dice to release something more official.

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You can use your sidearm while downed, which is a unique feature in the battle royale genre.

Battlefield 5 is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Daily Orders are missions that change every day, tasking players to accomplish specific goals like scoring points in Grand Operations and rewarding them with in-game currency. For one thing, the zone looks extremely deadly, something that you'll be forced to avoid rather than a minor inconvenience that will kill you over time.

Impressed? We've got to say it looks pretty nifty, although a lot of it is your expected battle royale stuff - and we think it's fair to say that at least some "inspiration" has been taken from EA's other battle royale project, the recently unleashed Apex Legends.

Some YouTube comments have even aired suspicions that this has been leaked by the developers themselves to stoke up hype somewhat, but naturally, we wouldn't make any comment on that possibility.

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