EA has revealed that Battlefield Heroes will begin beta testing on 6th May.

Sign-ups will be handled over on the official site once it's ready, and the full game is set to launch in the third-quarter of this year.

Battlefield Heroes is a free-to-play cartoon spin-off in the online shooter series. Ads fund the operation but will not appear in-game, only on the game website.

It has also been designed with the majority of desktop machines in mind, too, so your whole office should be able to enjoy it as either the Royals or the Nationals.

Pop over to our Battlefield Heroes gamepage for a brand new trailer and some fresh screenshots.

Expect more of our thoughts around beta time.

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