Gamescom may still be a little ways out, but that will not stop us from getting trailers early-ish as we have here for Battlefield V. It is usually how it always is for these kinds of things to get us all pumped to stand in lines to play the next subsection DICE has for us for the game wherever EA is showing it off at. You should know how it is now and it will continue for Battlefield V until October 11th when we all will be playing it and the teams move on to the downloadable content, updates, and the inevitable next title in the franchise launching next year. Unless they choose to take an extra year to make a bigger game for us all.
Anyways, it does mean that we have more to look at for Battlefield V and in this instance it is more gameplay footage of a location in the game. Rotterdam to be specific and it is going through some rough times in the war here. Not that anywhere in the world was not truly going through that during the era, but it fits here as it is all about the destruction of the location. Something we get to see a whole lot of here as we have more of the destructible environments of Battlefield V highlighted here. At least that is how it look to me in this new video. Outside of the usual gunplay we always have too.
Have a look at the new video for Battlefield V and get ready to see and hear more in the coming weeks as Gamescom kicks off. It would make sense to have another large information drop around then, or at least another trailer. I guess we will see soon-ish.
Battlefield V — Devastation Of Rotterdam
See new maps and gameplay in the official Battlefield V Gamescom Trailer. From the shattered streets of Rotterdam to the burning sands of North Africa, Battlefield will never be the same. Follow the Battlefield V channels for all the latest news from Gamescom.
How are you feeling about Rotterdam here in Battlefield V and do you think it fits the location and gameplay well? Do you think all of the buildings will be fully destructible or will that be reserved for specific ones during the flow of the game? DO you think we have tapped every ounce of WWII in video games yet or is there much more to tell? Let us and the world know what is on your mind down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. When there is more to share for Battlefield V, we will share. All you have to do is keep an eye on the site so you can see all the latest and greatest.