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Battlefield V Official Single-Player Trailer Released By EA and DICE, Features The Untold Stories Of World War II

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Battlefield V official Single-player Trailer has been released by Electronic Arts and DICE. The new trailer features the bloody and challenging World War II stories. Additionally, it features both the Cut-scenes and Story plots mixing in with it the clips from action-packed game-play as well. Check out the new Battlefield V trailer below.


The Single-player campaign that new Battlefield V trailer features is War Stories. It stars a female resistance fighter in the snowy surroundings of Norway. In the new trailer, players are also able to peek in on some versatile elements such as Action and First-person shooting.

According to a brief overview by Electronic Arts, Battlefield V single-player War Stories campaign features untold stories of World WarII. It also features the Occupation of Norway at the hands of German Nazis as well as the destruction that followed after.

Additionally, players act in the game’s Single-player campaign as an English soldier in Under No Flag. Moreover, the players will fight as Tirailleur in order to save their home. In the “The Last Tiger”, players will join a crew of a Tiger I and fight against the enemies.

Battlefield V is an Action and FPS video game by nature. Developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts, Battlefield V is the sixteenth installment in the Battlefield series. It focuses mainly on the Party-based play and offers similar features. If you compare it to the all previous Battlefield series games, you’ll find out that Battlefield V has certain abstractions removed from the game mechanics. It also offers increased realism.

The unique Company System allows more focused customization options. This, in turn, allows players a chance to create a number of characters with all the available cosmetic and weapons options. Various in-game cosmetic items and currency is earned via the completion of in-game objectives.

As the new trailer suggests in the end, the game is all set to release globally on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. In addition, The studio has announced that the game will release on November 20th, 2018. The Xbox One users can have five days early access to Battlefield 5 by pre-ordering the Deluxe Edition.

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