The EA Play Live Press Conference 2018 kicked things off with Battlefield V with a brand new trailer that shows gameplay in action.
Battlefield V got a gameplay reveal trailer back in May along with details about DLC and a release date. The new Battlefield V trailer shows off a glimpse of their options during the intense multiplayer experience.
The company also promised more details on it's single player mode, which will follow the "War Stories" format established in Battlefield 1: a series of short, vingette adventures staring different characters.but stopped just short of showing it, promising instead to go into more detail during the Xbox press conference later this week. Players will have the ability to dive and smash through windows and move around heavy turrets from their fixed position.More news: Origin Access Premier is EA’s New PC Games Subscription Service
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Also during our interview, we quizzed Gustavvson about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 adding its own battle royale mode called Blackout. EA revealed at that time that players will not be able to gain extra advantage by paying for premium features on an official post on the "Battlefield V" website from Senior Development Director Ryan McArthur.
The popular game dev took to Twitter to welcome the "old friend" to the Battle Royale business, in all caps, with a "less than three" heart capped at the end. Those are the incidents that proved to be decisive moments during the second World War.
"Battlefield V" is coming out October 21 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. And are you eager to revisit WWII? We'll be waiting a little while yet to hear more then.