Enter mankind's greatest conflict with Battlefield 5 as the series goes back to its roots with a never-before-seen portrayal of World War 2. Lead your squad to victory with new ways to turn the battlefield to your advantage. Assemble your Company of customized soldiers, weapons, and vehicles Enter mankind's greatest conflict with Battlefield 5 as the series goes back to its roots with a never-before-seen portrayal of World War 2.
Lead your squad to victory with new ways to turn the battlefield to your advantage. Assemble your Company of customized soldiers, weapons, and vehicles then take them on an epic journey through the Tides of War. Experience the most intense, immersive Battlefield yet.
You will never be the same.
2016’s Battlefield 1 was a refreshing revisit to the first World War that introduced new elements to the genre. Battlefield V refines some of those features, but doesn’t break any new innovative ground. It has enough content to keep you occupied, possesses a decent progression system that keeps you invested, and will receive free future DLC without a whiff of loot crates or microtransactions. However, it follows an expected blueprint that may quickly grow stale for players looking for a fresh FPS experience.
When everything is in place, this might turn out to be the best first-person shooter around. It’s frustrating that we’ll have to wait until at least March 2019 for that to happen.
Who knew that the horrors of war could ultimately end up being so goddamn beautiful?
Battlefield V is endless contradiction, from its great, wonderful BSO to the lack of efficiency in its performance, pop in, and the beautiful places where we fight, and the bad ways EA has sold this product, this title ends being a lesson of how to not sell a videogame and how to make a great second world war game in 2018.
Disappointing singleplayer campaign, rock solid multiplayer modes... What else is new? Nothing much, really - especially since DICE appears to be more than happy to keep treading water instead of even trying to raise the bar.
An expertly crafted shooter with worthwhile narrative endeavours, that’s a little too light on content for the time being.
A game that aspires to be both a legitimate portrayal of war and an entertaining video game, but opts to take the easy route and do rid with any semblance of mature, balanced storytelling and instead replaces it with a rushed, disjointed campaign and a multiplayer component that’s getting seriously long in the tooth.