While Activision decided to abandon the story stage in Call of Duty Black Ops 4 and headed for the multiplayer, EA decided to stick to the storyline in Battlefield 5 and return to the separate story system that recounts the experiences of multiple personalities during World War II.
Today, the company has decided to publish some information about the War Stories phase, which will follow the storytelling system that will accompany us on a journey around the world where we are living adventures with different heroes of women and men who have found themselves involved in that war.
The story is based on four stories: Nordlys, Under No Flag, Tirailleur, and The Last Tiger, which tells the story of a Belgian resistance girl fighting not only to free her country from the occupying forces but also to save her family.
The story of Under No Flag revolves around a British criminal who is tasked with destroying an air base for Germans in the North African desert. We will move with the story of Tirailleur to adventure in the French Senegalese unit, which includes individuals fighting to liberate their homeland they have never seen before.
Then the war stories will be told from a different perspective from the perspective of the Germans with The Last Tiger, which takes place at the end of the Second World War and tells the story of the members of a German tank crew who begin to raise questions about the ideology – the way of thinking – that brought them to this stage.
Battlefield 5 is coming on Nov. 20 on the Xbox LIVE and Playstation 4 and the computer.