EA showed off a new trailer for Battlefield V yesterday at EA Play, centered on showing off the new War Stories as well as improved destruction physics that allow for tanks to destroy entire structures on their own.
Apart from the new trailer, it was also announced that there will be no lootboxes nor a premium pass for Battlefield V. Furthermore, the highly requested Battle Royale feature will be coming to the game post-launch, but fitted with Battlefield-style team and vehicle mechanics. More will be revealed later on.
Here’s the trailer below:
Battlefield V is also set to show up during today’s Microsoft E3 press conference.
Battlefield V releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 19, 2018. Those who get the Deluxe Edition will get three days of early-access. Pre-orders with Battlefield V Enlist Offer will get to participate in the early access of the open beta.