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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:53pm 30/05/18 | 0 Comments
At the recent Battlefield V reveal in London, our very own Seamus Mullins got to sit down with Senior Producer Andreas Morell to explore the untold stories of World War II and returning to where it all began.

There were many brave men and women who were part of these resistance groups, whose stories like many others across the globe, have been somewhat of an afterthought to the actions of the main Allied forces. With many close family ties to members of the DICE Battlefield team, it makes a lot of sense for them to want to explore this often overlooked Scandinavian theatre, something Andreas recognised was a motivator for the team. “As a whole the region [Scandinavia] is close,” Andreas continues.

“Although DICE is very much an international workplace, many have family ties across the border. There are personal stories of people there that were affected by the war one way or another, and that’s what makes this so special for us, because we want to portray the Second World War like you’ve never seen it before. Tell these untold stories, do deep dives into unplayed moments, and tell these stories on a more personal level. Ways that make this really interesting and are stories we really want the world to hear. It is a huge privilege to work on something like that”.


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