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Letters are collectibles featured in the singleplayer War Stories of Battlefield V. The game is saved automatically once a letter is picked up and the chapter does not need to be completed in order for progress to be saved. Upon finding all letters in a war story, a unique melee weapon is unlocked for use in multiplayer.
Following the section with binoculars and the clearing of a small camp, head southeast down the road until there are two soldiers. South from here is a small path that leads to a river. The letter is located in tall bushes nearby.
At the start of the level head to the first snowy island on ice. The letter is located on logs next to a hatchet
From the first letter, continue along the ice. When the path heads right towards the power station, head left instead to the left slope. The letter is located towards the top of the slope by a fire.
Located by the power station inside a small wooden hut. Walking along the fence until the hut is found.
Following the power station and heading down the slope, the player is expected to head west past the final fire towards the end of the level. Instead go to the fire and turn to face south/southeast. Walk towards the trees and look towards the right side to spot a body in the snow. The letter is located on the body.
At the start of the level, take the right path that dead ends at a destroyed truck. The Letter is located at the truck.
Before entering the area with the hanging parachutist, a path can be found on the left side. This will lead to a weapon stash. The letter is located past the stash further down the path on a container.
Head to a small hill to the west of the destroyed plane. The letter is located on a corpse.
Following a cutscene from entering the next area, turn around and head west down a path. The letter is located at the end of this path on a container.
Once the third artillery gun is destroyed, head northeast where a large satellite is located. The letter is located to the right of the satellite in a small area with a large number of boxes.