Battlefield 5 added to EA Access and Origin Access Vault

Joanna Estrada
June 9, 2019

After a series of Battlefield V map reveals today at EA Play, DICE had one more surprise in store: Battlefield V is returning to the Pacific theatre, and will be adding Pacific maps when chapter five begins this fall. The first is Al Sundan, due for release this month, and featuring space enough to engage in some decent vehicle combat. It takes place in an African desert and is a large, wide map leaving plenty of room for air battles, and the Axis has established an air base.

The other two maps will be set on the Lofoten Islands and Provence, and will come out before we see the back of the summer - assuming it ever properly starts. But most importantly, you can now play the game for free if you have an Access subscription.

EA and DICE announced today Battlefield 5 is now available through the EA Access and Origin Access Vault.

"We wouldn't go to Iwo Jima without the weaponry and the hardware", Gustavsson said. "The team has focused hard on capturing that invasion experience ... and amphibious warfare".

Finally, the third map is Operation Underground, an underground battlefield similar to Metro from previous Battlefield games but entirely reimagined. The M1 Garand is a weapon you'll be able to use on the battlefield in question too. Which, I'm sure, will please a whole bunch of you.

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