Battlefield V is one of the most anticipated game of this year and the gamers have a lot of expectations when it launches in October.

According to the reports, the game might include Battlefield Bad Company 2 Remastered version when it launches to increase the sales of Battlefield V as the developers are not getting a positive vibe from the game’s sales with low number of pre-orders. The first trailer was also disliked by many players on YouTube and the low number of pre-order hints towards fans being not interested with the new game.

The reports suggest that the Battlefield V can be a serious disappointment for EA as the game received lowest numbers of pre-orders in recent years and the titles releasing in October, Red Dead Redemption 2 and the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 may give tough time to the famous shooter. As of now, the orders are even low than the competitor Black Ops 4.

So the developers might adopt Activision’s strategy to include Bad Company 2 remaster version with the main game to boost the sales. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare included remastered edition of its all time classic Modern Warfare. However, we still don’t have any official statement from EA DICE on the matter so the word cannot be confirmed, but the chances are more likely.

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The developers have planned to use NVIDIA’s real-time ray tracing (RTX) technology in the new game to come up with new visual details, showing environmental reflections and impressive graphics.

Battlefield V is planned for release on October 19th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Those who subscribed the Origin Access can start playing the game from October 11th. Stay tuned for more updates!