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Battlefield V gets a reveal trailer

Battlefield V will allow a player to customize vehicles, weapons, and even soldiers. (Source: EA DICE)
Battlefield V will allow a player to customize vehicles, weapons, and even soldiers. (Source: EA DICE)
An official reveal trailer for Battlefield V has been released, and it certainly doesn’t skimp on drama and intensity. As expected, the action takes place in the battlegrounds of World War II and features arguably less familiar settings such as the destroyed city of Rotterdam and the frozen landscapes of Norway. The game is scheduled for general release on October 19.

EA DICE has released a reveal trailer for Battlefield V that gives a fair glimpse of the promised immersive gameplay the title will feature. From close-quarter combat inside a war-torn house to coming face-to-face with an enemy intent on ending your Battlefield V experience, the latest installment in the renowned franchise will likely leave fans breathless with anticipation. There’s even a fearsome cricket bat-wielding British fighter with a claw for one hand and a heck of a slog on her making an impressive appearance in the trailer.

Battlefield V will feature a new multiplayer mode called Grand Operations and apparently there will be a single-player campaign, too. Premium Passes are being done away with, which means that by buying the basic game players will be entitled to free maps and modes that are released later on down the line. Customization options will be available in the game and there is also a cooperative mode called Combined Arms.

The standard edition of the game will be released on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms on October 19. However, by purchasing the Deluxe Edition, fans will have the opportunity to start their Battlefield V experience on October 16. A Play First trial will be available on October 11 to Origin Access and EA Access subscribers.


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Daniel R Deakin, 2018-05-23 (Update: 2020-09-30)