Meanwhile, the real Battle Royale experience can be had thanks to Battlefield's strategic, tactical, team-based gameplay style and large scale maps.
If included, a battle royale mode could offer something fresh for players as the franchise returns to a World War II setting that already feels a little exhausted following last year's release of Call of Duty: WWII. Fortnite Battle Royale's development path may be what DICE seeks to emulate with Battlefield 5. Both PUBG and Fortnite have enjoyed massive success and popularity in the past year, increasingly topping their own marks in Twitch views and player counts. That is, DICE will release Battlefield 5 as a full, premium game and then eventually release a battle royale version of the game that is free-to-play. This is said to be a prototype, so there is a possibility that the game developer decides to not bring it to Battlefield. So do this mean that it will take on the form of a typical 100-players parachute in with only one person left standing at the end? There also other options such as playing in squads or duos.
The predominance of battle royale mode rumours has some industry analysts predicting that the genre will shake out the way the MOBA genre did: a couple of titles will be successful, but most will fail. The reports are quite interesting since the two series have always kept their game modes and made just minor changes throughout the years. What do you think about a battle royale for Call of Duty and Battlefield? We know that. But ads help us pay the bills.