Players who pre-order any edition, of the game with the Battlefield V Enlister Offer will get early access to the Open Beta as well as in-game benefits such as soldier customisation options, access to Special Assignments, and access to five weapons to use in Battlefield 1.
This is new territory for the Battlefield series, which has traditionally done team-based multiplayer where there is no lack of resources for players.
Today's press conference also reiterated the message of "no loot boxes, no premium passes" for the upcoming first person shooter.
In a post on the official Battlefield V Twitter, the team said: "Royale is coming to #Battlefield V, reimagined with the core pillars of destruction, team play, and vehicles".
Watch the new trailer above. As everyone probably predicted, yes, it will be getting a battle royale mode as well. For example, players will be able to move fences and air-turrets around on the field, and they can even dive and crash through windows like action stars.
"It will be unlike anything you've played before, and we'll have more to talk about later this year". Fans can also expect the same kind of destructible buildings that they know and love which means you aren't necessarily safe hiding out in a house. At any rate, it remains to be seen if Greene will make any additional comments about what he thinks about the new battle royale modes popping up left and right.