Electronic Arts dropped a fresh gameplay trailer, which shows the upcoming Firestorm battle royale mode in Battlefield 5. Its cores look likes a standard BR brawl. However, the addition of objectives, breakable buildings, and vehicles can make it exceptional.\r\n\r\nThe map of Firestorm is enormous. It\u2019s ten times bigger than Hamada, the previously vastest map in Battlefield 5. It means big vehicles can get the hang of it in the game. The genuine appeal of the game will be the squishing ability of the players.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s a different scenario to bring a Tiger onto a gunfight. Like in real life, there are tanks, but there\u2019s also anti-tank technology. Gamers should be extra careful when they\u2019re on the road. Gamers should not miss the preview so they can take a closer look where Tom has discovered the barn that makes horrible fortifications.\r\n\r\nDICE reported about the arrival of Battlefield 5 during last year\u2019s E3. It only uses one word to depict the event, and it is Royale.\r\n\r\nFans became enlightened, and they search for golden eggs everywhere as Criterion Games and DICE developed Firestorm quietly. And now, it is almost here, and fans can have a decent peep at it.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s been said on reviews that Firestorm has the most enormous map in Battlefield, and it could be the largest map ever. However, gamers won\u2019t play the map all the time because the circle moves so there would be some element of unpredictability in the map and its excitement, which gamers want.\r\n\r\nThe circle is also known as the ring of fire, which will push the gamers into space, which will become smaller as the game goes on.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s also been identified that the map will have Conquest-style aims. The objectives will always be in the same position while the other objectives will be randomly positioned.\r\n\r\nThe reserve of vehicles, supplies, and weapons will be varied. The bunkers with loots will be better, and players need to open them.\r\n\r\nThe map\u2019s shrinking boundaries is normal, and there\u2019s just a bit inconvenience. Players will have a lot of warning before the shrinking, so the developers have been generous about it.\r\n\r\nSolo play is possible in the battle royale mode. However, the usual big Battlefield matches will be four teams with 16 members each, so the max number of gamers is 64.\r\n\r\nThe addition of Firestorm could be an element to tempt some Respawn fans to give this other battle royale game a try. The Firestorm mode in Battlefield 5 will be available to play starting March 25.