Battlefield V's launch trailer dropped earlier this week and unsurprisingly, it's chock full sprawling maps and huge explosions. The trailer seems to weave together some of the narratives of the campaign with the general combat one would expect from the multiplayer. Battlefield rounds out the trailer with a nice epic soundtrack, a departure from the intensely "wub-filled" tracks of Battlefields past.
A big and exciting trailer isn't necessarily a bad thing. I'm looking forward to see what changes Battlefield V brings to move the series forward, but it's always nice to know that the all the stuff people love about Battlefield is still there.
Battlefield V releases on November 20th, but Deluxe owners can start playing 5 days early on November 15th.