But that’s not the only conflict that the tech-heavy shooter is set to involve. While the premise of BF5’s multiplayer focuses on a narrow, focused experience, the gameplay also features the experience of warring clans, all of whose factions you can choose between three different facades – Assault, Medic, and Master Specialist. These are customisable icons that appear on the battlefield, and it’s these that DICE wants you to specialize your multiplayer character with. You can be the medic, the engineer, the gunner, or even the specialist, with each of these unique special abilities and unique objectives to accomplish. In our demo, we were put in command of an Assault class Medic who has the ability to heal allies and damage enemies, and we quickly discovered that there are many, many ways to approach each situation. There are also three clans and three professions, with each of these offering a different special ability. This creates a very dynamic, well-rounded multiplayer experience that will cater to all of your customisation options and encourages a very different play style. But that’s the way Battlefield games are made, and DICE is not done with it just yet. Here are the five multiplayer modes that DICE is currently working on for Battlefield 5: Battlefield 5 will be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC on September 20, but you can jump into the beta now and try it out for yourself in our live-playable version of Battlefield 5 multiplayer. If you’re interested in getting your hands on a Battlefield V early, you can pre-order Battlefield V now to guarantee your place at the start of its multiplayer beta, and secure your selection of a free early bird code to use in the game’s multiplayer. Battlefield V will be available to play exclusively on PC through Origin for PC and the Epic Games store for PC and Mac. However, the Xbox One version of the game will be available for pre-order from the EA Store for PC and Mac.