We have already imagined the Battlefield Mobile event on Vortex. Now, after a recent batch of first screenshots, we can look at the premiere gameplay footage directly from the event. Be unofficial. The videos highlighted by VGC magazine come from the alpha test and capture a map of the Grand Bazaar originating from Battlefield 3. It is the only arena currently available and the only modes available are the classic Conquest.
We learned recently that this will be the case in the tests. According to the developers, more maps and modes will be added later, of course. Battlefield Mobile’s Alfatest started in Indonesia and the Philippines on Android mobile tablets and tablets.
Even in the case of the mobile game, EA is attracted to the widespread devastation of the battlefield, and we will allegedly experience similar situations as in the big games.
But in time, more countries will be added, we informed you last time. When the team is ready to take the next step, it will launch a special pre-registration page. As the test approaches in that country, a prompt will also appear on Google Play, where you will also be able to sign up. However, DICE warns that test slots are limited and will not reach all.
As we wrote before, the authors promise the popular gameplay and destruction that we know from classic parts. We are supposed to see maps and modes that we like, but also new ones. We will create our own loadout from weapons and gadgets and sit down in various combat vehicles. Even in the case of the mobile game, EA is attracted to the widespread devastation of the battlefield, and we will allegedly experience similar situations as in the big games.
There will be Assault, Support, Medic and Recon classes to choose from, and then you will create your own report according to the style that suits you best. Battlefield Mobile will be free-to-play, of course requires an internet connection and will involve microtransactions. But it only wants to offer cosmetics, a battle pass and unique things to unlock. Because it is a standalone new game, it does not offer a mobile version of cross-play with PCs or consoles.
EA confirmed the development of the mobile Battlefield in April this year, stating that it should be released next year. DICE claims that bringing Battlefield to other platforms has always been their ambition. But it was supposedly preceded by years of prototyping. The Industrial Toys studio is primarily in charge of development, but of course it works closely with DICE on the novelty. It will be a completely new stand-alone game for mobile phones and tablets, which has been tailor-made for these devices from the very beginning. But it promises a full-fledged experience.