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EA releases Battlefield 5's Gamescom 2018 Devastation of Rotterdam trailer

A Battle Royale teaser?

EA releases Battlefield 5's Gamescom 2018 Devastation of Rotterdam trailer

EA releases Battlefield 5's Gamescom 2018 Devastation of Rotterdam trailer

EA has released their latest trailer for Battlefield V, showcasing the destroyed city of Rotterdam and both tanks and infantry duke it out for domination, moving away from the icy Fjord map that was included in previous trailers.  

The trailer showcases what appears to be multiplayer gameplay as well as what could be a tease of the game's planned Battle Royale mode, showcasing a circle of flames which encircles players into an increasingly compact section of a map, a mechanic which is common within the emerging genre. 

So far, Pre-orders have been reportedly poor for Battlefield V, with many series elites blaming the change on Battlefield's movement away from historical accuracy and towards arcade-style gameplay.  

 

See new maps and gameplay in the official Battlefield V Gamescom Trailer. From the shattered streets of Rotterdam to the burning sands of North Africa, Battlefield will never be the same. Follow the Battlefield 5 channels for all the latest news from Gamescom.

 

Battlefield V is set to release on October 19th on PS4, Xbox One and PC, shipping with traditional multiplayer modes, a single player "War Stories" mode and a Battle Royale mode. 

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16-08-2018, 15:52:23

NeverBackDown
A ring of fire?! That is going to be scary AF if you get caught by the zone.Quote

16-08-2018, 16:45:07

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
A ring of fire?! That is going to be scary AF if you get caught by the zone.
I thought the exact same and got kinda of an adrenaline rush when seeing the ring being smaller and all of the small soldier running inwards, with basically no where to go.. What an anxious death Brutal of Dice to actually put that in the trailer I think.Quote
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