Now, it looks as if the tease is correct, as the comedian and host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, has confirmed that he will helm the official unveiling of the next sequel in EA's first-person shooter franchise.
As to what Battlefield V will be about, your guess is as good as mine. "Because of this, we suggest not even blinking during the Battlefield V Live Reveal".
Earlier Battlefield 1 fans discovered an Easter egg in the game that was a message written in Morse code that revealed "Battlefield will never be the same" along with the May 23 date. But the tweet describes it as "V EXCITING!" and at the end of the video, he says, "We've got big news".
The post highlights 10 things that you don't want to miss in Battlefield V, including the return of War Stories.
Battlefield V is now without an official release date, and has yet to be announced for specific platforms. You will be able to watch the reveal on YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer. After all, it was confirmed several months ago that a reveal trailer was in the works, suggesting that DICE and Electronic Arts intend on displaying the most polished assets possible right out of the gate. On top of that, many are expecting DICE to include a Battle Royale mode, due to the genre's influx in popularity.