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‘Battlefield V’ Review: Must-See Review Of BF5

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The newest installment of the in the acclaimed Battlefield franchise has arrived as the long-awaited Battlefield V finally hit stores on Friday, November 16.


Battlefield V Review: ★★★★★

Stunning visuals and traditionally excellent and thorough gameplay make Battlefield V a worthy addition to one of the gaming world’s most celebrated first-person shooter franchises.


A follow-up to 2016’s Battlefield 1Battlefield V focuses on party-based features and mechanics, scarcity of resources, and the removal of “abstractions” from game mechanics to increase realism.

Additionally, Battlefield V has an expanded focus on player customization through its new Company system that allows players to create multiple characters with various appearances and weapon options.

Furthermore, the game will feature several new multiplayer modes, including the “continuous” campaign mode “Tides of War”, “Firestorm”, and “Grand Operations”. The “Firestorm” mode is essentially the Battlefield version of Battle Royale.

Stunning visuals and traditionally excellent and thorough gameplay make Battlefield V a worthy addition to one of the gaming world’s most celebrated first-person shooter franchises.


Battlefield V Online Game Modes Breakdown

Conquest

You and your squad must fight point-to-point in 64-player Conquest mode, working to gain control of key locations on a massive multiplayer map.

Conquest Assault

Every inch of ground becomes precious as a line of capture points focuses the battle into all-out firefights in Conquest Assault mode, reworked and improved from Battlefield 1. In a twist on Conquest, using a classic majority rule set, your strategic choices are brought to the forefront as attacking and defending forces are drawn to a single objective at a time.

Frontlines

A mix of Conquest, Rush, and Battlefield™ 4’s Obliteration mode. Frontlines pits teams in a fight for chained control points in a tug-of-war. Both teams fight for one flag at a time, and once this objective is captured, the action moves on to the next. Conquering the last flag opens the enemy base, and then certain objectives suddenly become vulnerable to planted explosives– a new addition in Frontlines for Battlefield V.

Domination

A scaled-down version of Conquest, this packs in just as much infantry-focused action. Two teams battle over ownership of multiple objectives. Owning at least half of these flags will cause the enemy team to start losing respawns. Control more than half, and your enemy team will bleed respawns even faster.

Team Deathmatch

This is Battlefield pure and simple. Work closely with your squad to dispatch the most enemies of the two infantry teams and victory is yours. Use the new Fortifications to change the face of the battle.

Airborne

Spearhead a Grand Operation by replicating the feats of WW2 airborne soldiers. Brave a storm of fire and steel as you parachute down and mount an offensive. Each team gets a set number of tickets that represent a player’s respawn, where each death drains the total number of tickets until there is a winner.

Breakthrough

One side will push to seize all control points in a sector, and to force the enemy to retreat. Each engagement in Breakthrough is a frantic fight to capture sectors as an attacker and, for the defense, on-the-fly planning to keep the opposition at bay.

Final Stand

A nail-biting, tie-breaking mode, Final Stand appears depending on how well your team performed in the first three days of a Grand Operation. If the two factions are evenly-matched after days of fighting, you’ll find yourself armed with depleted ammo and no respawns, in this mode to determine the winner


Battlefield V Multiplayer Maps Breakdown

  • Narvik
  • Fjell 652
  • Rotterdam
  • Devastation
  • Hamada
  • Aerodrome
  • Arras
  • Twisted Steel


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