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With a new name and look - Operation Underground. Fans of Battlefield's Operation Metro will remember it as that map that quickly devolved into pure chaos - a meat grinder of action that is the series at its most hectic. Of course there are some that don't like the map, but we're of the camp that believe that there's always room for another round of Metro. The new map gets teased in the latest Battlefield V Chapter 4: Defying the Odds trailer.

Which kicks off June 27 and will sees a number of maps released throughout winter. They all look pretty impressive too, with the streets of Marita continuing the Battle of Greece, and the massive Al Sundan map being quintessential Battlefield.

But really, it's all about that Operation Underground which EA and DICE refer to as a "meat grinder", meaning it will definitely be the WWII equivalent of Metro. There will be a livestream detailing the new maps, including Metro 2019, this weekend as part of EA Play - which you can watch here.

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