Battlefield Mobile to finalize it features through beta testing in Indonesia and Philippines

EA has announced a series of Android-only play tests, and a listing for Battlefield Mobile has emerged on the Google Play Store. There's a complete description of the game as well as a few pictures in the listing.

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Players will be able to play in squads and customize their loadouts using weapons and gadgets that veterans will recognize, such as the F2000 bullpup rifle. You'll be able to operate vehicles such as tanks and ATVs, and levels will feature Battlefield's trademark environmental damage. layers can select one of four traditional classes: Assault, Support, Medic, or Recon, each with its own set of class-specific gadgets.

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There will also be War Heroes in the game, who will have their own "unique storylines" and missions. This appears to be similar to DICE's approach in Battlefield 2042, where players may pick from a diverse cast of people, each with their own backstory.

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DICE previously stated that a mobile Battlefield game will be released in 2022, entering a very competitive mobile FPS market that includes PUBG: Mobile and Call of Duty Mobile. The game is being developed by Industrial Toys, which is helmed by Alex Seropian, one of the Halo franchise's original co-founders.

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Only one map, Grand Bazaar, and the franchise's distinctive Conquest game style will be available in the initial beta test. EA vowed to reveal additional information regarding more maps and modes as the Battlefield Mobile release date approaches in 2022. Meanwhile, the business has stated that the game would be a free-to-play title with “only” cosmetic goods. Optional seasonal battle passes will let you acquire some of them. Because Battlefield Mobile is "being created specifically for mobile," it will not allow crossplay with any console or PC versions of the Battlefield franchise.

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The game is currently being playtested in Indonesia and the Philippines, which indicates the game is being targeted to the Asian market where console ownership is much lower, although it will be expanded to the other regions later.

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Will players keep their progress at the end of the test? No, all progress will be wiped at the end of the test.

Click here for the Google Play to Beta Test the Game.
 

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