EA and DICE To Reveal Details on Battlefield V Single Player War Stories – Trailers Incoming

Battlefield V releases November 20 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Origins platform. Earlier, the game was set to release on October 19. EA and DICE after the open beta of Battlefield V took community response seriously and decided to delay the game and tweak the core gameplay mechanics.

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EA and DICE have almost showcased nothing about the war stories or single player perspective of Battlefield V. A little was shown in this year’s E3 but now we have confirmation that there more information about war stories is coming. Few trailers may get dropped today. This was confirmed in a Battlefield V tweet.

The single player perspective or war stories of Battlefield V may very well be similar like Battlefield 1. It will showcase that a lot of people were affected by war. The war stories will be based on chapters and will highlight the aspect of different soldiers that participated in war. Very much like Battlefield 1, where we got to see war stories of soldiers of different classes. One was in tank battalion, other was a thief turned fighter pilot. We also had war stories where other nations aided in war.

Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see how EA and DICE have planned war stories for Battlefield V. It was a really good experience having played all war stories of the previous game. We expect a little different of story portrayal between the two games.

We are positive to see some major changes in Battlefield V. EA and DICE listened towards community feedback after the closure of its open beta. They also mentioned that issues will be addressed and that they will be tweaked in final version of the game.

Are you looking forward to play Battlefield V? Did you participate in open beta of the game? Let us know more your thoughts in comments section below.

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