Battlefield V Concept Art Illustrate Locations In North Africa And Norway
Concept art gives gamers and savants a chance to peer into the minds of those working on a project and video games are no exception. There are amazing artists out there that deserve recognition for their talent and the individuals on this team make a fantastic effort of this in Battlefield V. In the latest Twitter post from EA DICE, the latest concept art for the game was showcased, exploring locations in Norway and North Africa. Seen below, players may get to experience beautiful powdery snow in the midst of explosive warfare, or the arid plains of places in North Africa.
You might think you've seen World War 2, but there are more battlefields than you might know. Norway? North Africa? This is World War 2 as you've never seen it in gaming. pic.twitter.com/BfksPlsXzB
— #Battlefield V (@Battlefield) May 27, 2018
That doesn’t mean they’re the only areas you’ll be traveling to. The reveal trailer for Battlefield V debuted Northern France early on in the war. Players will experience combat paratroopers near a “mission-critical bridge”, but it will be part of German forces on the British that will eventually lead to the events that took place in Dunkirk. Based on all the content and plans for Battlefield V, it’s safe to say that DICE is trying to fit as much into their next entry into the franchise as possible.
There’s more where that came from too. Below are other ideas the team have explored and they may not look familiar and thankfully, that’s the point. According to the Battlefield V blog, developers are looking to take the game to unexpected locations. The main focus will be on building a story and the creation of your personal company of soldiers that you’ll take on a perilous journey in World War II. Customization is a significant part of that experience too; whether you want a prosthetic arm or a female soldier on your team – it’s all possible.
It’s part of DICE EA’s motto of inclusion for Battlefield V and it stirred up quite the controversy on the idea of inclusivity during wartime. Either way, the game is on its way October 19th, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One and there are just as many fans out there anticipating its arrival. EA Access and Origin subscribers can get in on the fun before everyone else on October 11th. What do you think of Battlefield V so far? Are you excited to see what sort of features it will bring to the franchise? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:
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