Microsoft aired a new trailer surrounding Battlefield V’s upcoming single-player War Stories mode during today’s E3 2018 conference. The trailer was extremely brief, but it was meant to showcase some of Battlefield V’s single-player War Stories vignettes, which act as the option for those players not as interested in multiplayer gaming to really dig into when they get their hands on the title.
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The teaser was still solemn and dramatic, however, offering up a few seconds of a cutscene to help tide us over. The main character shown off here is a young child who will eventually join the Norwegian resistance to the oncoming Nazi occupation of the company, and you’ll be working to get her reunited with her family. If that’s not a reason to keep fighting, then we don’t know what is. Unfortunately, we didn’t see that much of the upcoming mode, with the teaser having to remain enough sate us for now.
Battlefield V is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 19. It’s currently up for grabs to preorder right now in both Standard and Deluxe Editions, if you want to spend some extra cash on early access and freebies.