The highly anticipated trailer for Battlefield V’s single player campaign has been released and it showed off a good portion of what players could expect when the game releases next month.
It looks like Battlefield V will follow similar suit to Battlefield 1 in the single player sense of things. Instead of focusing on one character and one story, BFV’s campaign seems to be multiple stories told across different areas during WW2. This lets players experience the infamous war from all fronts.
Check out the new trailer down below:
With the delay of Battlefield V, it looks like EA and DICE made some much-needed changes to the game. A couple of weeks ago general Community Manager Dan Mitre was featured in the Battlefield V’s Weekly Debrief, where he took several topics the studio learned from the game’s open beta phase.
After mentioning each system, Dan Mitre described the community’s feedback regarding the topic then discusses how the studio decided to approach or change it. Some of the highlights include how EA DICE will address the bleed out system, vehicles, heat maps, customization and extensive changes made to classes. If you want to learn more about the changes and whatnot, check out the full post right here!
Battlefield V is set to release next month on November 20, 2018, for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Are you excited to jump back into the Battlefield? Let us know in the comments below!