Battle Royal games are taking over the gaming society. One such game is Battlefield 5‘s highly anticipated battle royale mode. The upcoming mode is called ‘Firestorm.’ Battlefield V Firestorm is all ready for its mega launch. Recently, Battlefield 5 players began stating that Firestorm missions started arriving in their Daily Orders. 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.
Battlefield 5 Firestorm is set to release in March 2019, although studio behind game, EA has been silent regarding a specific update. Nevertheless, players as previously mentioned they have begun to see Firestorm-related Daily Orders activate in their games. As Battlefield 5 Firestorm isn’t actually available yet, players weren’t able to complete their missions yet.
The Daily Mission that appeared for players was a nonexclusive one. Battlefield 5 players are tasked to score 500 points in Firestorm. The Battlefield 5 new data mine revealed a lot of exciting details about the upcoming battle royal Firestorm. There’s even a tutorial video showcasing Firestorm’s basic structure of parachuting in, scavenging for loot, and surviving to be the last player standing. Firestorm will apparently feature Solo, Duo, and Squad queues as well.
The next big question is what makes Battlefield 5 Firestorm mode so different from other battle royale modes as its a classic WW2 FPS, a mixture of vehicles, a basic class structure, and “Reinforcement” abilities like artillery strikes and supply drops.
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