Battlefield V

Battlefield V

Battlefield V is a video game developed by EA-DICE and published by Electronic Arts to be released worldwide on October 19, 2018 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Following the success of Battlefield 1 in 2016, EA and DICE are returning this year to a Battlefield 5 Battlefield 5 Battlefield. The action takes place during the Second World War, and the director of the studio has assured us that we can explore other areas of war that have not been revealed in other games.

Battlefield V will have a single player campaign and several online game modes: conquest, frontlines, dominance, team death-match, breakthrough and a new mode called grand operations in which each round will have specific goals, and the performance achieved at each stage will influence on the next. The games will culminate with a “Stand Final” in which players use only primitive ammunition with limited ammunition without responds.

Battlefield V will focus on team-based features and strategy, lack of resources, and the elimination of gaming “abstractions” to increase realism. Also, the game will pay more attention to customizing players through the company’s new system, where players will be able to create more characters by choosing different weapons and cosmetics. Cosmetics and the currency used to purchase other things will be won by completing the goals in the game.

The novelty that Battlefield V brings is that any of the teammates of a four-member team can revive another when one of them falls to the ground. Only physicians could do this, and this change is beneficial as it adds added dynamism to the game and you are no longer as addicted to doctors. Another thing you can do here is to build and fix defense fortifications, which is quite interesting. The game binds well and we have a lot of variation on the field.

The story, the storytelling of online battles blends harmoniously and you as a player feel that you are fighting for something, not just for points. The number of players, explosions and shootings everywhere, the use of tanks, cars, and airplanes make you feel like in a war. Also, the map helps in this case to feel small in a big war because you can often die without seeing who and where it fired because a sniper can be hidden in the snow or on a house or you may have stepped on a mine or maybe even a tank shot in your direction.

Graphics the game looks very good. Noisy explosions are visually impressive, animations are fluid, and items that can be destroyed look good and useful.

So, arms yourself with sufficient time and patience as the matches seem to be long but extremely captivating.