In a livestream on Wednesday, EA revealed their upcoming entry within the Battlefield franchise, Battlefield V. Launching October 19th on Xbox One, PlayStation four, and PC, Battlefield V follows up on the success of 2016’s World Conflict I-era Battlefield I with one other tackle World Conflict II.
Take a look at the reveal trailer beneath:
The franchise started with WWII, so it is sensible for Battlefield to return to its roots after the shakeup that the World Conflict I setting introduced with it. Nevertheless, EA guarantees that V gained’t merely be a rehash of its ancestors, providing tales and gameplay unseen in any WWII shooter. That distinction will likely be essential if V needs to distinguish itself from final yr’s Call of Duty: WWII, which noticed the rival collection return to traditional “boots on the bottom” (as Activision was so fond of claiming) gameplay. Returning to WWII looks as if a dangerous transfer in a style so saturated with the period, however V hopes to mitigate that danger. Conflict Tales, Battlefield I‘s highly-praised single participant vignettes, will return, inserting gamers into conditions usually unexplored, resembling taking part in as a Norwegian resistance fighter.
Basic huge-scale Battlefield multiplayer will return, with minor however a lot wanted updates. For one, gamers can now transfer artillery and fortifications, that means misplaced AA gun gained’t spoil your crew’s capacity to cope with enemy bombers. EA can be taking a cue from Fortnite by permitting all gamers to construct forts and buildings, no matter participant class.
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