This password only gives access to the Beta, not the final version of the game. It should be noted that this key only gives access to the Beta for PC, not for Xbox or PS4. The dates for access to the Battlefield V beta are still unknown, although we will soon know when we will be able to access it.
The new Battlefield V will not only differ from the previous Battlefields in the period in which it takes place, in this case during World War II, it will also differ in that it will have closed and open Beta for a period prior to launch. The customization and evolution of our character and weaponry will also be very important in comparison to battlefield 1, and we can exchange different modules to adapt our weapons to our style of play. The instructions for downloading the Beta are simple, simply log in to your EA Origin account and enter the password you will receive after purchasing this product.
Battlefield V brings a lot to the table. Between the great gameplay, superb story from singleplayer, and customization of your character, there's something for everyone.
After spending quite a while with the game, I’m blown away that there’s still so much to discover. With dozens of collectibles to find in the single player campaign, a seemingly-unlimited number of weekly challenges, and the Tides of War looming large on the horizon, Battlefield V is the best this series has ever been, and easily the best FPS of the season.
With the return to World War 2, Battlefield reaches a new zenith thanks to meaningful innovations - if one disregards the single player.
While I'm happy with what we got, I ultimately can't help but wonder what another six months could've done for Battlefield V. In a business with virtually no downtime, that's just the way it is.
On day one, the game feels a few reinforcements short to pull off the overwhelming victory we’ve come to expect given the series’ strong lineage.
As chaotic and exhilarating as Battlefield has always been. Just don’t expect a dramatic reinvention of the series.
Battlefield V fails to impress the same way Battlefield 1 did. By all means, give it a try if you’re a fan of DICE’s previous work, but know that you’ll have to put up with some pretty glaring faults.