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13 Things to Know About Battlefield 5

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Battlefield 5 Demo

Battlefield 5 Demo

EA DICE isn't showing off Battlefield 5 gameplay in full just yet, but the company recently confirmed plans to release a playable version of the game at EA Play 2018. 

EA Play 2018 is the company's E3 event and it's where the company debuted Battlefield 1 in 2016 and Battlefield 1's In the Name of the Tsar DLC in 2017. 

EA Play will once again take place in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Paladium, a short drive from E3 2018 at the LA Convention Center in Downtown LA. 

The event is free, but you must register and you must find a way to Los Angeles. EA will, at some point, close up registrations so you'll want to register ASAP. Pre-registration is open right now.

Battlefield 5 will be playable from June 9th to June 11th. 

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  1. John F

    11/15/2018 at 10:42 am

    Exciting that the game is almost out now! Might not be a bad deal to sign up for that EA thing for a month just to get early access for an extra week. Though I don’t like the idea that that means they are basically charging $10 or whatever for early access. Even if it is indirect. Anyway, anybody have recommendations on the best deal for a video card for Battlefield 5? Does the GTX 1060 card around $200 listed here: https://daydull.com/gaming/battlefield-v-graphics-card-recommendations-benchmarks-the-best-gpu-deals-for-bf5/ look like a good deal? During beta it was pretty choppy so I need to upgrade. Supposedly I should be able to get a solid framerate with max settings with that, right?

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