Battlefield V's E3 2018 trailer highlights the all-out chaos of WW2

Electronic Arts has debuted a full gameplay reveal for its upcoming Second World War shooter, Battlefield V, as a part of its E3 2018 showcase. Following an initial unveiling back in May, the publisher has provided a closer look at the game's reworked multiplayer mechanics.

Oskar Gabrielson, General Manager DICE, took to stage at EA Play 2018, providing a fresh look at the highly anticipated shooter. After previously announcing an end to the game's "Premium" season pass and loot boxes, the latest gameplay appears returns to the series' roots. Embracing full destructibility, new customizability, and advanced animations, the game doubles down on its immersive action.

Electronic Arts also mentioned a new Battlefield V "royale" mode, likely capitalizing on the industry-wide battle royale trend. While expected to follow the success of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Fortnite, and similar last-man-standing titles, few details were provided.

More details on Battlefield V and its single-player War Stories mode are set to debut at Microsoft's E3 2018 media briefing.

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  • Looks good.
  • Were there any women in wheelchairs with eyepatches double wielding 60mm cannons saving inept male soldiers like in real life WWII ??
  • How much money did you get for this marketing bullshit? EA has been killing Battelfield. They are attracting - in sake of money - players that have nothing to do with the Battlefield concept but are willing to pay more (ptw). This is hillarious.