Battlefield V receives its first single-player trailer

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Battlefield V receives its first single-player trailer

Battlefield V receives its first single-player trailer

EA and DICE have officially released Battlefield V's first single-player trailer, showcasing sections of the game's four planned "War Stories" single-player missions. 

Unlike older Battlefield games, before Battlefield 1, Battlefield V will not feature a traditional single-player campaign, instead offering four extended "War Stories" missions. The benefit of this is that player will be able to experience more variety and focus on specific locations and characters within the conflict, rather than follow a familiar cast of characters over an extended plot-driven story. 

So far, EA has revealed four "War Stories" for Battlefield V, Nordlys, where players will resist the German occupation, Under No Flag, where players will take the role of an English soldier behind enemy lines, Tirailleur, where gamers will "fight for a home you've never seen" and The Last Tiger, a post-launch War Story which will release in sometime this December. 

Battlefield V will release on November 20th on PC, Xbox One and PS4. 

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16-10-2018, 13:03:34

Well more bad story gameplay here we go again!Quote

16-10-2018, 13:21:58

After BF4 I had had enough. I downloaded a pirate copy (so shoot me) of BF1 and honestly I got bored before the prologue had even ended. I don't know if it was the similarity in graphics that made me tire of it so quickly, or the fact I am just totally bored of the format. They really are becoming Activision. FFS, just make a new game already you don't need to keep making sequels. It's boring, and it's s**t.

Last DICE game I bought was that Star Wars one with no single player. It hasn't been played either.Quote

17-10-2018, 12:43:00

I felt War Stories was an excellent intro to the true BF experience; A stark diversion from their previous generic COD-style approach to singleplayer and instead provided something valuable as a showcase and instruction guide to the "true" part of the game (With BF1s multiplayer also being a sharp change in direction from BF3/4 while in my opinion being the most polished and solid all round FPS since TimeSplitters: Future Perfect. Being able to jump between different aspects(Tank gameplay, pilot, stealth, ect) worked great.

BFVs grittier hardcore-as-standard approach to gameplay in contrast to BF1's more arcadey feel (Esp compared to BF3/4) I'm sure will allow for what can essentially be viewed as an incredibly fleshed out and interesting tutorial for the multiplayer experience.Quote

17-10-2018, 15:58:57

After the devs insulting potential customers for legitimate criticism I'm giving any and all titles made by them a miss.Quote

18-10-2018, 00:34:06

Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
After the devs insulting potential customers for legitimate criticism I'm giving any and all titles made by them a miss.
What do you mean by this exactly?...Quote

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