13 Things to Know About Battlefield 2018

Battlefield 2018 is confirmed and today we want to take you through some things we know and a few things we expect from a game that could take us to the battlefields of World War 2.

On February 20th, DICE released the fourth Battlefield 1 DLC expansion dubbed Apocalypse. Apocalypse is the final piece of downloadable content for Battlefield 1, but it’s not the end of the road.

DICE will likely continue to update Battlefield 1 with bug fixes and improvements. That said, we don’t expect much from the content side as the company shifts its attention to the next Battlefield title.

Last year, EA confirmed plans to release a new Battlefield game in 2018 after skipping 2017. EA DICE did release Star Wars Battlefront 2, but the game was hammered for its controversial looting system.

We don’t know a ton about the next Battlefield game, a game we and others (including DICE team members) are calling Battlefield 2018, but we do have some important information to share with Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC owners interested in the next entry into the long-running Battlefield series.

In this guide we’ll take you through everything we currently know and everything we think we know about Battlefield 2018 and its release.

This includes a look at the Battlefield 2018 release date, the Battlefield 2018 demo, the Battlefield 2018 trailer, and a peek at some of the rumors that’ve surfaced in recent months.

It’ll be a few weeks before EA DICE unveils Battlefield 2018 in full, but this guide will help you set proper expectations for the summer and beyond.

Battlefield 2018 Release Date

Battlefield 2018 Release Date

We don't know much about Battlefield 2018, but we do know when to expect the game to arrive for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC. 

EA hasn't confirmed an exact release date for the next Battlefield game, but it has confirmed an official release window.

The company says it plans to release the next Battlefield game in October, 2018, assuming there aren't any delays in development. 

Battlefield 1's worldwide release took place on October 21st, but there were actually three Battlefield 1 release dates. 

Battlefield 1 opened up for EA and Origin Access members on October 13th. Those who pre-ordered the Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition got access on October 18th while those who bought the standard version of the game got access to the game's content on October 21st. 

Don't be surprised if EA offers some pre-order incentives this year. Look for multiple editions and, perhaps, an early Battlefield 2018 release date. 

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