Battlefield Mobile Details Revealed; first test coming this fall

EA wants to make Battlefield a bigger IP than it already is. They want to do this with Battlefield 2042, but also a free-to-play mobile game.

The game has now officially appeared on the Google Play Store and EA is taking advantage of this by sharing some details for the upcoming mobile version of Battlefield.

Battlefield Mobile is a free-to-play game that uses various elements from the series that appeared for PC and consoles. The first test of the game will initially only be playable in Indonesia and the Philippines this fall.

EA says that players can purchase skins and the Battle Pass for real currency. By the way, the test only contains the Conquest mode in the Grand Bazaar map from Battlefield 3.

The game contains four different classes: Recon, Medic, Assault and Support, but also gives the possibility to customize your character entirely to your own taste. This does not go as far as the specialist from Battlefield 2042, but the soldiers do have their own “motives”.

Of course, EA also promises progression systems that allow you to earn weapon upgrades and various skins. You can expect classic and new maps in Battlefield Mobile. Unfortunately, there is currently no option to pre-register for the game. You will have to wait for pre-registration to become available in your region.

The game was officially unveiled earlier this year. It is under development at Industrial Toys, with input from DICE. Battlefield Mobile is shooting for a public release sometime next year.