Overall, the Battle Packs offered no in-game advantages (unless you count XP boosts), but DICE appears to be removing all element of chance from Battlefield 5's cosmetic reward system.
Battlefield V will release on October 19th this year, while the Deluxe Edition will release on the October 16th, and through EA Access on Xbox One and Origin Access on PC you'll be able to play from October 11th.
Speaking on the panel, Battlefield's senior producer Andreas Morell said they wanted the gamers to go back to the unseen places of World War II, including Scandinavia and Northern Africa.
In new and classic multiplayer modes, players can lead their own unique Company to victory in a dynamic multiplayer experience where every battle is unique.
Rather than waiting until E3 in a few weeks time, EA made a decision to hold its own separate Battlefield 5 reveal event last night.
DICE was understandably busy going over Battlefield 5's many innovations, like fortifications, the new attrition mechanics, the upgraded Grand Operations mode and a wide variety of other topics. Featuring a fresh portrayal of one of mankind's biggest conflicts, Battlefield V promises to allow players to feel the unmatched intensity of all-out war and travel to unexpected but crucial moments of World War 2 through new and signature multiplayer modes, single-player War Stories and the cooperative Combined Arms. The Daily Show host Trevor Noah hosted the reveal event where the developers revealed the game along with the details and the reveal date. Fan favorite modes like the 64-player Conquest return, with the game's multiplayer culminating in Grand Operations, an all-new live, event-based experience within Tides of War.
A special Deluxe Edition of Battlefield V has also been announced and it, along with the regular version, are now available to pre-order digitally.