Battlefield V Shows Off Single-Player Campaign In Latest Trailer (VIDEO)

Battlefield V

EA has just released a thrilling new trailer showing off the gut-wrenching Battlefield V single-player campaign ahead of its release next month. The below narrative is read by the by the talented Mark Strong, best known for his roles in the Kingsman franchise, Sherlock Holmes, and Kick-Ass.

Throughout the video Strong speaks of a particular moment in which one discovers who they truly are: a moment of truth. This moment sparked by the need to survive speaks of what people are capable of when pushed to make a decision that will change their life forever. All the while a cinematic scenes plays out showing off various characters players will discover and the locations fans will be able to see. This includes phenomenal areas such as the deserts of Northern Africa or the snow-covered Norwegian mountains.

EA DICE has expressed that the War Stories won’t tell the tale of trained and grizzled soldiers but those of ordinary people who have been pushed to the brink by war and are forced to fight in order to survive. One of these stories in particular was featured at E3 this year previewing a resistance fighter in Norway who fights not only to liberate her country from invaders, but her family’s survival as well.

Battlefield V is set to release on November 20th for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Are you ready to discover what you’re capable of? Let us know your thoughts on Battlefield V’s single-player campaign and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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