Battlefield 5 Release Date And, US Pre-Order Guide (Xbox One, PS4, PC)

Battlefield V is gearing up to release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 20. Over the years, this series has jumped around between time periods and conflicts, but the new installment brings us back to where it all started: World War II.

It will have a single-player campaign that’s divided into short stories–much like 2016’s Battlefield 1–plus an array of multiplayer modes that include fan favorites and, coming next year, a new battle royale mode called Firestorm. For more information, here’s everything we know about Battlefield V.

If you’re already sold on the game and are want to lock in your pre-order, you may be wondering which version to get and where to get it. To help ease the decision-making pain, we’ve gathered all the information you need into one place. Read on for the goods.

Pre-Order Bonus

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Pre-order Battlefield V at most retailers, and you’ll receive a number of incentives and goodies. Here’s what you get.

  • Early Access to the Battlefield V Beta
  • Paratrooper Outfit: Choose one of eight Special Soldier Sets to customize your troops.
  • Firestorm Ranger Set: Includes goggles, light battle fatigues, and MKIII(S) Elite Combat Dagger.
  • Special Assignments: Earn rewards and get an edge over the competition by completing Special Assignments.
  • Immediate Access to Five Battlefield 1 Weapons: Ready for use in Battlefield 1, unlock five of the Great War’s most modern weapons and bridge the technological gap between the two world wars.

Battlefield V Standard Edition

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The standard edition of Battlefield V just comes with the core game itself, but if you pre-order it, you’ll also get the bonuses mentioned above. Here’s where you can pre-order the standard edition right now. Note that Newegg has it for $50 and that Best Buy is offering a $10 reward certificate with your pre-order.

Battlefield V Deluxe Edition

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The Deluxe Edition of Battlefield V retails for $80, but it includes some extra goodies you won’t get from the standard edition. In addition to the core game and the pre-order bonuses, it also comes with the following:

  • 3 Days Early Access to the Base Game: Lead your Company in all-out multiplayer with new experiences like the massive Grand Operations and the timeless Conquest mode. Play untold War Stories in the single player campaign–or squad up with friends in the cooperative Combined Arms.
  • Five Sets of Paratrooper Outfits: Customize your soldiers with five Special Soldier Sets containing stunning weapon skins, camo patterns, head gear, and face paint for British Special Air Service and German Airborne troops. Choose these five Sets from eight available when deploying into Battlefield V.
  • Special Assignments: Battlefield V Deluxe Edition includes Special Assignments for the British Special Air Service and Special Assignments for the German Fallschirmj√§ger troops. In addition, Battlefield V Deluxe Edition includes Starter Assignments–test your skills on the battlefield and gain rewards.
  • 20 Weekly Items with Airlift: Battlefield V Deluxe Edition lets you receive vital supplies with 20 weekly Airlifts, each containing one customization item.

Here’s where you can buy Battlefield V Deluxe Edition. Once again, Newegg offers $10 off the price and Best Buy offers a $10 reward certificate for pre-ordering.

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