Activision and Treyarch have been creating hype for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and its exciting new battle royale mode 'Blackout' so it makes sense that some more hype is being created for Battlefield V with a tease of the developer working on bigger maps.
DICE Lead Multiplayer Designer Valerian Noghin has taken to Twitter showing off new images of the large map 'Hamada' which Noghin says has a "distance of just over 1500m from Attacker's HQ to the Defenders' final 5th sector". The image is a work-in-progress shot, so keep in mind that Hamada could change a little between now and then since-delayed release of Battlefield V.
Jeff Gagne, who is the Level Designer on the game tweeted that DICE is also making big maps as well. His tweet added:
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