Electronic Arts has announced that Battlefield 5 is currently free to play on Steam for this weekend. Moreover, the publisher is offering the game with a 90% discount, meaning that you can get it for only 5,99€.
As the game’s description reads:
“Featuring a fresh portrayal of one of mankind’s biggest conflicts, Battlefield 5 promises to allow players to feel the unmatched intensity of all-out war and travel to unexpected but crucial moments of World War 2 through new and signature multiplayer modes, single-player War Stories and the cooperative Combined Arms.
In Battlefield V, players will embark on a continuing, grand journey post-launch in the brand new Tides of War. Tides of War features new events, challenges, battles, and rewards that are always within reach.
Battlefield V multiplayer aims to deliver the most immersive gameplay of the franchise in a sandbox environment that portrays the battles of World War 2, allowing players to feel the force of the fight and truly shape the war as the war shapes them. Players’ soldiers can now tow stationary weapons and build fortifications. They can also repair war-torn structures to turn the battlefield to the player’s advantage. Whether dragging a squad mate to safety or shooting a grenade out of the sky, players will forge a deeper connection to the ever-evolving world around them and achieve victory against the toughest odds. With the freedom to adapt and evolve the battlefield in new and unseen ways, the battlefield will never be the same.”
You can download and start playing Battlefield 5 from here.
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