EA is taking the multi-currency route with Battlefield 5.
EA has confirmed that Battlefield 5 will embrace two completely different in-game currencies when it launches in October. The names for both weren’t offered, however their capabilities needs to be acquainted to gamers in all places.
The first foreign money will be earned by way of common play. Then there’s the premium foreign money, which will be purchased utilizing real-world cash. The premium foreign money can be used to purchase beauty objects, which can be a significant a part of the sport now that the season pass is gone.
Having two currencies is certainly one of two doubtless choices EA may have gone with, the opposite would have been to make use of a single foreign money that may be each purchased and bought by way of play.
EA may clearly nonetheless dole out the premium foreign money at particular occasions or as a reward for clearing sure targets, the identical means it does with Star Wars: Battlefront 2 in the present day.
It’s not clear if the free foreign money can be utilized to purchase cosmetics. The precise construction of all this, and presumably costs for the assorted objects, will doubtless be revealed nearer to launch.
In different Battlefield 5 information, developer DICE stated that it’s presently looking at how the game can do battle royale.
Battlefield 5 is out October 19 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.