10 Battlefield V Features That Will Revolutionize World War II Shooters
The Battlefield and Call of Duty series have gone neck and neck with historical first-person shooters, with Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: World War II – set in different wars – dominating the online shooter market. With huge reception to both franchises, 2018 saw the announcement of where they would go next. Call of Duty set the bar for a realistic World War II shooter, so the announcement that Battlefield V would be dropping boots on the same event was initially met with some skepticism. DICE, however, has put a lot of concern to rest with the more information they release on how they intend to surpass their rival and attempt to create an even better experience. If you think that sounds too good to be true, check out our video of the 10 new features for Battlefield V set to change the series.
Battlefield V is the latest in the longstanding first-person shooter series, and is set to take place during World War II. Distancing itself from other World War II games, Battlefield V is set to take place in the lesser explored regions of the war including Norway and the North African Desert, providing a new backdrop and story that has yet to be covered. The game will also feature a new revival mechanic, loads of customization, and the ability to tow and use stationary weapons in combat. Designed to be more user-friendly for newcomers to the series, Battlefield V will also feature smaller competitive options and the ability to work together to build fortifications.
Battlefield V is set for release October 19 and will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. For more information, check out the game’s official website, and be sure to keep it locked on COGconnected come E3 for any and all gaming news about Battlefield V.