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EA Unveils Battlefield V, Set To RIP WWII

Gamers knew that the next Battlefield is coming. After the easter egg revealed some critical information regarding the next Battlefield, EA announced and revealed through morse code that they would be revealing Battlefield V.

With this reveal, EA has completely redone the HUD elements, introduced WWII environment and a ton of weapons that were used in World War 1 and World War 2 along with the vehicles used in that era. Of course there’s a ton of storylines as well following Battlefield 1’s traits. And let me tell you, the graphics and colors that EA has introduced has set a complete new tone with how well the visuals play out. Not only are the aesthetics cleaner, but are really incredible.

Here’s the reveal trailer of Battlefield V where would could find a ton of new gadgets and would unlock a whole new perspective regarding the second World War. If you’re disappointed with EA announcing yet another game from the WWII rather than the modern era, I would actually encourage you to check out the game in person so that you would get a feel for how much has changed. These visuals remind me of Crysis 3. Here, have a look…

Battlefield V releases later this year on October the 19th on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. That’s a week after the release of Call Of Duty Black Ops 4. The competition is about to heat up again it seems!

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