New Battlefield V trailer throws you head-first into World War II
Lots of action.
Today, EA released a new trailer for Battlefield V, an upcoming first-person shooter set in World War II. The game features single-player campaign scenarios similar to Battlefield 1. For example, one of the main missions focuses on a female solider, her history, and her family. The developers said that Battlefield V tells the "untold stories of World War II" but it's unclear if they're works of fiction or interactive reenactments.
This new trailer focuses on the various scenarios you'll encounter throughout the experience. The level variety is more diverse than every before.
According to Microsoft, EA Access gives you early access to Battlefield V on October 11, 2018. The game launches on October 19 and the first multiplayer campaign will focus on the fall of Europe towards the beginning of World War II. The multiplayer campaigns will change as the title evolves in the months after launch.
Battlefield V on Xbox One X supports "4K Ultra HD", "HDR10" and "Variable Refresh Rate". The game probably achieves native 4K resolution at 60 FPS just like Star Wars Battlefront II. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more about the game.
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DICE always does a great job with trailers. However, Battlefield 1 became a bore and ghost town less than 6 months after launch. With that said, is anyone really interested in this Battlefield? I'm genuinely curious.
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