The publisher updated its official Battlefield landing page with the new information, revealing that the next game in the "all-out war saga" will indeed be called Battlefield V. The live reveal will take place on May 23 (next Wednesday) at 1 p.m. Pacific / 4 p.m. Eastern / 10 p.m. CET and will be hosted by Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show.
The stream will be broadcast on Battlefield's YouTube channel and on the Battlefield website as well as via Twitch and Mixer. In it, the development team will reportedly share their vision of the game and reveal how "Battlefield will never be the same."
EA conveniently made the announcement on the same day as the live reveal for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Aside from a single piece of artwork, not much else is known about the game. Rumors have suggested it'll be set during World War II although EA hasn't confirmed that. We also don't know what platforms it'll be heading to or even when EA plans to launch the title (this fall seems likely but an exact date isn't yet known). Those details and more will probably come either next week during the live reveal or in June at E3.