Battlefield 5 is out in a couple of weeks, which means it’s time to watch the launch trailer. DICE will release Battlefield 5 to the general public November 20, but Origin Access Premier subscribers started playing yesterday. Those who purchased the Battlefield 5 Deluxe Edition can start playing next week on November 15. The rest of us will have to wait until its worldwide release. A few outlets were given a chance to play early, and there are a few review scores out in the wild. Most are in-progress, like our own, but more will drop next week. The round-up will be updated when additional scores are published. At present, what scores are available are rather good. Quite a bit of information on Battlefield 5 is available, allowing folks to become acquainted with the content ahead of time. If you would like a leg up, here’s everything you need to know regarding classes and new Combat Roles. We also have general tips for both newcomers to the Battlefield series and veterans. The campaign will consist of multiple War Stories, set for a staggered release and the 64-player battle royale mode, Firestorm, arrives in March. The game will launch with eight multiplayer maps. Many online games release with known issues generally fixed with a day-one update. DICE has provided a list of known issues it will address in an upcoming patch. Quite a few links to go through, but each should get you up to speed. Enjoy the launch trailer.