Battlefield 5’s Tides of War proceeds with its walk, with Lightning Strikes commencing this week. The second section is about huge tanks and enormous blasts, concentrating on vehicle fighting and quick infantry development. You should be speedy in the event that you would prefer not to get squashed by a blundering war machine. Watch the new trailer in front of its January 17 dispatch.
I do appreciate an uproarious Battlefield trailer. On the off chance that there isn’t something exploding or somebody getting drastically murdered, it essentially isn’t Battlefield. This one doesn’t disillusion.
Just as new rigging, weapons and vehicles, Lightning Strikes sees the arrival of Rush mode—trust you like bombs—and presents Combined Arms, a community mode for up to four players due out in February. Expect a progression of Combat Strike missions that happen over a few maps loaded up with AI foes. On the off chance that you need an increasingly engaged adaptation of Conquest, a 16-player Squad Conquest mode is coming, too.
Lightning Strikes will keep running until March, finish with week by week occasions and rewards. Bones hasn’t posted fix notes yet, however expect them soon.