EA’s Battlefield V is coming in just a few months, with plenty of new and exciting things to offer longtime fans of the franchise. The first-person shooter series is taking us back to World War II for a striking set of narrative vignettes and intriguing multiplayer options, including a new Battle Royale mode announced during EA Play 2018.
With that in mind, everyone is looking to go ahead and grab their own copy of the game, whether it’s the Standard or Deluxe Edition, which grants you access three days ahead of the official street date.
There aren’t any real preorder bonuses in terms of physical goodies that mean you should choose one retailer over the other, but there are still a couple of price cuts worth looking into. No matter which retailer you choose, you’ll get five weapons you can use in Battlefield 1 right now, as well as the Paratrooper outfit and a set of Special Assignments to play through. You’ll have to preorder the Deluxe Edition if you want to try out the game early.
We’ve got you covered with preorder bonuses for the game, as well as where you can pick up both versions, for your convenience, to make sure you’ve got everything you need to deploy this October with the rest of your squad.
Battlefield V is set for release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on Oct. 19, 2018.
Amazon Prime members get the best deal out of the bunch, in terms of early purchase discounts. Twenty percent of the asking price will be slashed at checkout, making the preorder price just $48 for the Standard Edition and $63 for the Deluxe Edition.
With the My Best Buy Members reward club, you can nab a $10 certificate off of Battlefield V’s price right now. This deal is open to anyone who decides to shop at Best Buy, reducing the Standard Edition to $49.99 and the Deluxe Edition to $69.99.
There are no preorder bonuses yet listed for Battlefield V at GameStop. It’s still listed for the suggested price of $59.99 for the Standard Edition and $79.99 for the Deluxe Edition.
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