New content has flooded into Battlefield 5since its release last year, most recently with the high profile battle royale mode, Firestorm. However, recent leaks suggest that Battlefield 5 new vehicles are expected to release in the near future, as part of the Tides of War Chapter 5 update. Datamining of recently added game files highlights new tanks and planes, as well as a handful of naval vehicles, that have not yet been officially released. Read on for everything we know on the Battlefield 5 new vehicles.
Battlefield 5 New Vehicles | Tides of War Chapter 5 Tanks and Planes
The evidence for new vehicles coming to Battlefield 5 comes from recent datamining by temporyal, who uncovered listings in the game files for each of these tanks, planes, and boats following the recent update. With 14 different vehicles supposedly in development for the game, there has been no word on an official release date, but this content is rumored to be part of the upcoming Tides of War Chapter 5 event. The vehicles listed in the leak include:
M4A3 Sherman (Tank)
Type 97 Chi-Ha (Tank)
Type 3 Chi-Nu (Tank)
Ford GPW (Car)
Kurogane Type 95 (Car)
Vought F4U Corsair (Plane)
Mitsubishi A6M Zero (Plane)
Type 2 Ka-Mi (Naval)
Landing Vehicle Tracked (Naval)
PT Boat (Naval)
MTB T1 (Naval)
It’s not yet clear if these new vehicles will be unlocked using the recently added premium currency, but EA has promised to regularly introduce new content in the game, so we can stay hopeful. Of course, there’s no guarantee that we’ll see this content in the coming weeks or months, as there’s little indication of what stage of development these Battlefield 5 new vehicles are in. Likewise, given that there’s still a handful of unreleased vehicles held in the game files from previous updates, these new vehicle listings might not be intended for a wider release.
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