From David for those who missed it….
"We did decide to go for the unseen and unplayed with the base game, to not play into the fatigue of very seen scenarios from WW2 in pop culture.
From that came the tides of war approach where we start early war and go through all theaters, represent as many nations or armies as possible – and letting gameplay rule. If there is a great map idea that doesn't perfectly fit the narrative, it will still happen – rather than shoehorning it into fit, because you know, this is a game (and one we want players to play for a long time).
So, that's why we go to Norway instead of Poland initially, and Rotterdam instead of Paris etc. That doesn't mean we won't represent those things, nor does it force us to follow blindly to abide by a timeline, as that would be detrimental to creativity around designing great gameplay.
So in short – if your favorite WW2 area, nation or similar isn't represented now, expect that to happen through the tides of war in some form sooner or later."
© Post "For those STILL asking, David Sirland confirmed that we will see our favorite nations, locations, etc., from WW2 through Tides of War. Let’s put the “We will never see Russia or Normandy” to rest." for game Battlefield 5.
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