Here are the most important new details that have emerged on Battlefield V during E3 2018.
We’ve known about Battlefield V for some time now- the game was first officially announced not that long before E3 kicked off, but it was only with EA’s recent media event that we were able to sink our teeth into the game’s meatier details. A lot was shown, a lot was detailed, new stuff was announced, and previously shown stuff was spoken about was explained a little bit more. In this feature, we’re going to talk about the fifteen most interesting things we’ve learned about Battlefield 5 during E3. Without further ado, let’s jump right in.
IT LOOKS BEAUTIFUL
Let’s get the most obvious and more readily apparent thing out of the way right off the bat. Battlefield has had a long history of looking absolutely stunning with each instalment, and Battlefield 5 is no different. Every tiny bit of footage we saw of the game looked stunning, with best-in-class visuals across the board, from the lighting, to the character models, to the tiny little details in the environments, to the snow… oh my god, the snow. Granted, on the consoles the game probably won’t look as good as the E3 footage did (though the Xbox One X version is bound to be pretty close), but even so, what we saw was enough to get us incredibly excited about the game’s visual fidelity.