‘Battlefield V’ Reveal Stream: Time, Date, Links & How to Watch

Chris Groux
‘Battlefield V’ Reveal Stream: Time, Date, Links & How to Watch

Battlefield V will be revealed later today with a full rundown of gameplay details, trailers and more. To prepare for what many believe will be a World War II nostalgia play, we’ve compiled the important dates, times and stream links you should know before the show begins.



The Battlefield V reveal stream will take place May 23 at 4 p.m. EDT. It’s hosted by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah and is expected to be about one hour in length.


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In preparation for the big event, EA has provided four different streams for fans to watch the reveal. Here’s a list of all the official links.

YouTube [Embedded Below]: YouTube is the biggest video streaming platform in the world, so the Battlefield YouTube channel is fully prepared to host all the big reveals. You can watch it live by clicking the play button in the video area below.

Additional Links: Use these alternate streams if the YouTube one doesn’t work for you.

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YouTube is probably the most compatible option if you’re watching on an older device, but Mixer and Twitch offer several gamer-specific functions for those who wish to engage in the chat as the stream unfolds.



Unlike Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, we don’t know too much about Battlefield V beyond its rumored World War II setting and the return of Battlefield 1’s War Stories campaign. In fact, we’re not even sure how the name Battlefield V should be said. It’s easy to jump to the obvious roman numeral Battlefield 5, but EA seams to be leaning heavily on the “V” specifically, which makes us think the game could be called Battlefield “vee.” After all, the phrase “V for victory” was commonly used during the World War II era.

Beyond setting, there’s some additional chatter that Battlefield V will follow suit with Black Ops 4 and introduce a Battle Royale mode. Some reports suggest it will be available at launch, while others say it will arrive later on. Speculation from mid-February also says the base game features 10 maps, seven factions and four unique classes. Attachments will return, and microtransactions will be mostly cosmetic.

Officially, EA has only confirmed the stream includes a deep dive on multiplayer with new modes. There will also be solutions revealed for recent morse code riddles found within the maps of Battlefield 1.

Battlefield V is expected to come to Xbox One, PS4 and PC this fall. The stream begins May 23 at 4 p.m. EDT.

What are your thoughts on the Battlefield V reveal stream? What would you like to see from the event? Tell us in the comments section!

This article was first written by Newsweek

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