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New Battlefield V Trailer Shows Off Rotterdam Map, Gives First Glimpse Of Battle Royale


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Right before Gamescom kicks off in Cologne, Germany, EA and DICE have released a new Battlefield V trailer. The two-minute clip gives us a good look at the Rotterdam map, which takes place during another early World War II battle that happened before the Americans joined the fray. Known as the Rotterdam Blitz, in 1940 the German Luftwaffe carried out a devastating aerial bombardment, essentially raising the historic center of the Dutch city. 

You can see the Frostbite engine's impressive destructibility at play here as tanks rip through buildings and bombs drop from above. DICE is clearly a big fan of soldiers performing combat rolls after jumping out of windows, as this is the second trailer to showcase these animations for Battlefield V. I'm not sure why EA chose to use a cover of the classic folk ballad "House of the Rising Sun" for the trailer – the song is about New Orleans, after all – but then again I'm not sure why EA marketing makes most of its decisions.

At the 1:38 mark, the trailer transitions to show a closing circle of fire, which we presume is the border DICE plans to use for its version of battle royale. 

Battlefield V is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 19. You can read our hands-on impressions of the new Grand Operations mode here, and learn about the 12 biggest changes coming to the game here

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