War never changes.
Battlefield V has the most convoluted, complicated release schedule of any game ever, which means that for some people on some platforms the first-person shooter is out now; for others you may be waiting as late as 20th November to get your hands on the DICE developed sequel. Yeah, it’s bizarre. It means that some reviews are beginning to break from cover, and while we’d question the authenticity of verdicts this early, played on (we assume) largely unpopulated consumer servers, it’s doing pretty well for itself so far.
Digital Chumps – 9/10
As it stands, Battlefield V is full of a lot more content than people might be expecting. War Stories contains meaningful experiences in short spurts, the maps in the game are huge and well designed, the modes of play raise the entertainment bar when compared to Battlefield I, and the customization/progression system will keep people occupied for a while, as well as provide motivation to keep playing. This feels like a Battlefield game, which should tame concerns of lack of launch content.
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