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{{Quote|Set in an occupied Norway that has not known peace since the war began, this story involves a young resistance fighter who learns of a dangerous scheme while rescuing one of her own. Her story centers on not only her fight for her country’s liberation from occupying forces, but her family’s survival.|[https://www.ea.com/games/battlefield/news/war-stories-overview Battlefield.com]}}
 
{{Quote|Set in an occupied Norway that has not known peace since the war began, this story involves a young resistance fighter who learns of a dangerous scheme while rescuing one of her own. Her story centers on not only her fight for her country’s liberation from occupying forces, but her family’s survival.|[https://www.ea.com/games/battlefield/news/war-stories-overview Battlefield.com]}}
   
'''Nordlys''' is the second singleplayer War Story featured in ''[[Battlefield V]]''. It will be set in {{w|Norway}} in Winter 1943 during the {{w|German occupation of Norway|German occupation}}. It tells the story of a [[Solvieg]], a young woman who must wage a one-woman guerrilla war in the mountains, not only to thwart the [[German]] export of heavy water, used for research into atomic weapons, but also to save her captured [[Solvieg's Mother|Mother]].
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'''Nordlys''' is the second singleplayer War Story featured in ''[[Battlefield V]]''. It will be set in {{w|Norway}} in Winter 1943 during the {{w|German occupation of Norway|German occupation}}. It tells the story of a [[Solveig]], a young woman who must wage a one-woman guerrilla war in the mountains, not only to thwart the [[German]] export of heavy water, used for research into atomic weapons, but also to save her captured mother, [[Astrid]].
The campaign is primarily stealth orientated with a focus on mobility and environmental hazards. Skiing is a mechanic featured prominently, as well as hypothermia.<ref>https://www.ea.com/en-gb/games/battlefield/news/war-stories-nordlys</ref>
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The campaign is primarily stealth orientated with a focus on mobility and environmental hazards. [[Skiing]] is a mechanic featured prominently, as well as hypothermia.<ref>https://www.ea.com/en-gb/games/battlefield/news/war-stories-nordlys</ref>
   
 
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"Set in an occupied Norway that has not known peace since the war began, this story involves a young resistance fighter who learns of a dangerous scheme while rescuing one of her own. Her story centers on not only her fight for her country’s liberation from occupying forces, but her family’s survival."

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Nordlys is the second singleplayer War Story featured in Battlefield V. It will be set in Norway in Winter 1943 during the German occupation. It tells the story of a Solveig, a young woman who must wage a one-woman guerrilla war in the mountains, not only to thwart the German export of heavy water, used for research into atomic weapons, but also to save her captured mother, Astrid. The campaign is primarily stealth orientated with a focus on mobility and environmental hazards. Skiing is a mechanic featured prominently, as well as hypothermia.[1]

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