Battlefield V teaser hinting at WW2 setting?

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As we get ever closer to the Battlefield V reveal, EA and DICE has kicked out another quick teaser and it’s looking like Battlefield V could be heading back to WW2.

At the top of the screen, you can clearly see British and German insignias and the goggles look like WW2 aviator’s goggles. This kind of flies in the face of a recent tweet where they said, “A New Battlefield in a New Setting. It’s a brand-new experience and still everything you love about Battlefield – where every fight is different and brought to life across unexpected theaters of war”. Perhaps there’s a twist to all this.

We’ll know on Wednesday what’s in store at 1PM PT/ 4PM ET and 10PM CET via the reveal stream.

Shhh… not long now.
Tune in for the #Battlefield V reveal on May 23: https://t.co/kpTnOyxuxr pic.twitter.com/zzIwGi0Y1w

— V (@Battlefield) May 21, 2018

Previous hints at what’s coming up have been posted in the past couple of days so here’s a quick recap.

V. Gameplay Changes. While we don’t want to scoop our own reveal, you can bet exciting gameplay changes are coming. Let’s just say you might want to avoid blinking during the Battlefield V Live Reveal.

Ready for battle? Learn more: https://t.co/kH1xaK98cC

— V (@Battlefield) May 19, 2018

4. New Modes and Experiences. Operations in Battlefield 1 gave you the chance to take on epic journeys across several maps. Will this teamplay-focused experience be in the next Battlefield? You’ll know if you watch the live reveal.

— V (@Battlefield) May 19, 2018

3. The Return of War Stories. DICE believes in both all-out multiplayer and single player, and the live reveal will have more info on the returning fan-favorite War Stories. Prepare for untold, compelling narratives in a new setting.

— V (@Battlefield) May 19, 2018

1. A New Battlefield in a New Setting. It’s a brand-new experience and still everything you love about Battlefield – where every fight is different and brought to life across unexpected theaters of war.

— V (@Battlefield) May 19, 2018