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Here’s Battlefield V’s New Multiplayer Trailer

EA revealed Battlefield V a few weeks ago. EA revealed Battlefield V based in the World War II era. Since then, there have been a lot of controversies. From players not willing to go back to a Battlefield set in the past, to the situation where EA has questioned about the  “historical accuracy” of the involvement of women in the second world war.

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That aside, EA have released their second trailer teasing what seems to be featuring the multiplayer experience that you should expect from the title. Since the Battlefield franchise has always prided itself with massive players and massive maps, EA would make sure that they play it right this time around too.

What’s worth noting is that this trailer lasted only a few seconds. And as E3 2018 approaches early next week, we could expect some major reveals and discussions about Battlefield V.

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There seem to be a few things that we could note from the trailer. While I am no historian, I do notice a few major points to notice here apart from the planes. First, there’s a number of parachutes around the plans which could mean that on certain maps players could be landing from planes instead of the starting of a map. Another thing that I noticed was the aurora in the sky of the trailer, this could potentially hint a location of where such a battle may have occurred.

These two hints should be address in brief detail when EA reveals even more details about Battlefield V next week.

Battlefield V is set to release on October 19th, 2018 on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.


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