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Recently our very own Seamus Mullins attended the world-wide reveal of Battlefield V (or 5) in London. Where we not only got confirmation that the new setting would be a return to the series' WWII roots but that big changes were coming across the board. From co-op to Grand Operations to revamped squad mechanics and yes, no more Season Pass map packs, it's hard not to get excited.

So why not pour a coffee, sit back, and enjoy this massive in-depth preview on why Battlefield V is shaping up to be something special.

When considering what would be the focus for the next entry in the famous shooter series in the lead up to the reveal of Battlefield V, I all but assumed that the setting would be World War II (confirmed earlier this week). But also, that DICE’s focus would be placed on bigger and grander multiplayer modes, and new royale opportunities to take Battlefield to the Next Level. Presuming said changes would relate more in terms of action and explosive set pieces that look good in a trailer; rather than fixing the issues which have plagued the series for years and many entries. Although these assumptions were still correct to a degree, we are literally getting a new multiplayer mode called ‘Grand Operations’, DICE surprised many of us at the recent worldwide reveal in London, by announcing several changes and additions focused and dedicated to finally fixing these long term niggling problems, coming in Battlefield V.


Click Here to Read Our In-Depth Battlefield V Preview



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