Battlefield V - PlayStation 4
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- Enter mankind’s greatest conflict with Battlefield V as the series goes back to its roots with a never before seen portrayal of World War 2
- 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
- Play Firestorm Battle Royal, re imagined for Battlefield V. Scavenge, fight, and survive to become the last squad standing
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Operation Underground takes place in a war-ridden German city environment where you’ll battle for control both above and below ground. The map can be played in the Conquest, Squad Conquest, Breakthrough, and Team Deathmatch game modes.
Regardless of how you tackle it, you’ll deploy on a highly dynamic map. Prepare to get tactical and read the rhythm of the battle, working with your squad as you push forward, hold your ground, or fall back.
Key Areas and Conquest Capture Points:
You’ll experience fast and dynamic firefights in a train station, on city streets, and on an open plaza when playing the objective on Operation Underground. Below, we’ve detailed these three main areas.
Operation Underground supports a wide variety of playstyles involving up-close infantry battles. Supporters of light combat weapons, teamwork, spatial awareness, and ever-changing battle conditions will feel right at home, as will fans of Operation Métro from Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 or Marita in Battlefield V.
Capture Point A: Crossroads:
This point is all about city streets and courtyards with plenty of enterable buildings with several floors. The area was an important hub for the city’s military activity, which is why it was bombed by the Allies before the attack.
Capture Point B: Train Station:
The train station served as both a shelter and a crucial part of the supply line in and out of the city. Down here, German soldiers are still lingering and must be defeated before the Allies can claim the city is free of enemies. The area will be familiar to fans of Operation Metro-style gameplay – but with more flanking routes! Prepare for occasional floods, opening and closing access to handy shortcuts.
Capture Point C: Plaza:
This is the command center of the city’s German operation. The plaza is a more open area with a big accessible town hall in the center. Converted to a military command center that pulls the strings of the German defense of the city, the town hall has limited access to higher floors, but many rooms on the first floor.
Pre-order Battlefield V and get the Enlister Offer which gives you early access to the Battlefield V Open Beta. Pre-ordering also gives you in-game benefits like soldier customization options and access to Special Assignments starting at launch week.
The Pre-Order code you receive will unlock:
- Early Access to the Battlefield V Beta
- Try Battlefield V beforehand through early access to the Open Beta. Be one of the first on the frontlines and witness Battlefield – and WW2 – as you’ve never seen it before.
- Paratrooper Outfit
- At launch, choose one of eight Special Soldier Sets available in Battlefield V and customize your troops.
- Special Assignments
- Starting on launch week, earn rewards and get an edge over the competition by completing Special Assignments.
- Immediate Access to Five Battlefield 1 Weapons*
- Ready for use in Battlefield 1, unlock five of the Great War’s most modern weapons and bridge the technological gap between the two world wars.
Enter mankind’s greatest conflict with Battlefield V as the series goes back to its roots in a never-before-seen portrayal of World War 2. Take on physical, all-out multiplayer with your squad in modes like the vast Grand Operations and the cooperative Combined Arms, or witness human drama set against global combat in the single player War Stories. As you fight in epic, unexpected locations across the globe, enjoy the richest and most immersive Battlefield yet.
- World War 2 as You’ve Never Seen It Before – Take the fight to unexpected but crucial moments of the war, as Battlefield goes back to where it all began.
- 64-Player Multiplayer in the Chaos of All-Out War – Lead your Company in all-out multiplayer with new experiences like the massive Grand Operations mode. Take on classic modes like Conquest or squad up with friends in the cooperative Combined Arms.
- The Most Physical Battlefield Yet – Maneuver through the battlefield using a new soldier move set, fortifications, and mobile tools of destruction.
- Play Untold War Stories – Witness human drama set against global combat in the single player War Stories. Ski down Norwegian mountains as you battle for control of nuclear weapon supply lines, join the frontline with the French colonial troops, or go behind enemy lines in North Africa with a band of misfits sent to create mayhem.
- Tides of War – Embark on a journey where new content drops continuously transport you and your Company to a huge variety of key WW2 locations, where new battlefields and gear await.
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I bought the Deluxe edition and have been playing since the 15th. My PS4 dock has BFV, BF1, and BF4 on it. They’re all I play. With that in mind, I have to be honest in that even with the flashy new graphics, this game has nothing to offer that isn’t already more polished and enjoyable in BF1 or BF4, depending on your play style preferences. The only other interesting factor - the historical context - isn’t really even truly there. I’m not going to knock the game for taking creative liberties, but it very truly does not look like WWII much of the time.
With that in mind, the gunplay is great. There are some important gameplay changes that I’m happy to see. Ammo is a factor to be concerned about again, both for infantry and vehicles. The building system makes for interesting situations that keep the battlefield dynamic and changing.
But the game just isn’t there. The single player campaign is still an afterthought with little depth (and there is still an entire story of the campaign which they haven’t finished yet). [EDIT: the new story was released today. Marginally touching, but it was glitchy (the game crashed), somewhat difficult to remain immersed in, and lasted only approximately 35 minutes. Nothing to write home about, and felt rather lazily patched together for post-release because it wasn’t finished in time for release.] The music isn’t even a shadow of what it was in BF1. There are fewer multiplayer maps on release than there were in BF1 or BF4. Grand Operations is fundamentally broken, and doesn’t provide the same excitement as BF1’s operations - whether you win or lose has no effect on the “outcome” of the battle in its historical context. There are no Russians, French, Americans, Japanese, or other factions besides the British and the Germans. For the so-called “staggered release” the developers planned, there are weapons from all years of the war present, even though it’s supposed to only take place in 1940 - see, e.g., the STG44 or the MG42.
This game had a lot of bad press, and probably rightfully so. EA and Dice handled customer backlash in an extremely poor and unprofessional manner. The beta was a mess and worried a lot of people given its proximity to the original release date. There are a lot of triggered people because it has women in it or has customizable characters. I truly could not care less. It’s a video game. I understand that WWII is still a very emotional subject for a lot of people - we had 5 KIA in my own family. But it’s a video game. We had a KIA in the First World War as well, and BF1 wasn’t a pinnacle of historical accuracy either, by almost any measure. Maybe people just love history. There are still great, historically accurate WWII games out there. I’d suggest getting into PC gaming if that’s your thing. Here, though, I’m glad people are going to be able to feel comfortable looking like themselves in a game. But for all the fancy trendsetting...
It just doesn’t work. It was poorly marketed, poorly planned, and poorly executed. It could be a very, very great game. It just isn’t in its current state, and there is a lot of work to be done.
If you want this game, don’t buy it yet. Give it 3-6 months.
EDIT: I have changed my rating of this game from two stars to one following the recent update. Two things have led me to do this: (1) the apparent laziness involved in the content released from that update, and (2) the recent launch party hosted by EA wherein the company seemed intent on some conceited, self-serving message of mocking its own fans. Despite my own misgivings about EA’s response to customer backlash, as I laid out above, it’s clear they have no intention of dialing back their own PR self-destruction. I found it so distasteful, unprofessional, and childish that I have frankly decided to stop purchasing all EA titles from this point on. This company - especially DICE - has produced dud after dud over the past couple of years with its Star Wars franchise, and now that rot seems to have sunk into Battlefield. The complete breakdown of quality in these games is too much for me, and the childishness of the people representing them is nauseating. All thumbs down. This was the last EA title I will ever purchase.
I was wrong.
It looks, plays, and feels like a AAA polished title. The new support system that uses accrued resources to hand your squad expansion ed d tactical flexibility is pretty cool and I hope we see even more things on that wheel in the future.
The gunplay is smooth and accessible without being too easy. There is something authentic about the atmosphere of the tactical action that battlefield catches better than any other title and this one really nails it.
The ability to modify, construct, and repair hard points on the map and critical points in buildings is nice. After a while these maps really start to not only look destroyed, but they look like they've seen battle action. It really looks like war, and not just explosions, has been happening.
I'm also glad that there is no premium account. I feel like the whole season pass and microtransaction philosophy has really diluted and degraded gaming in general and this title has neither. There is also NO PAY TO WIN. I have no idea what these loon reviews are talking about. You actually earn upgrade currency by playing the game and it's only cosmetic. There isnt even a store. Thank you, EA.
The game modes are solid, and a few innovations occur in what is otherwise a recycled but satisfactory game mode selection. The grand operations mode is definitely a welcome addition and I hope it carried forward into future titles.
In all, I cant say this is a quantum leap for the Battlefield franchise BUT it is a welcome addition and I am thoroughly enjoying it.
I'd also like to address the sobbing in these reviews. EA removed MTs and premium from this game, and people are STILL complaining that they're "greedy" for selling a polished AAA title at the usual price point. Get real. I dont know that I've seen a game producer or any company respond more measurably than EA has to consumer criticism and feedback.
But you know what, they ARE in it to make money, it's called a job. And they dont care about your feelings. Most people don't. Welcome to real life where not everybody is happy, your ego is Confederate currency, and you dont get to be princess for everyday.
They just have to make a game good enough to do better than break even and ideally do much better than that, and they have.
Also, if the inclusion of females in the story and online modes bothers you, welcome to the 21st century snowflake. It's a game, and EA is making sure EVERY player feels connected. So go cry in a mirror or something. Sorry you're too salty to enjoy it with me! Ha, who am I kidding, you guys are probably all on there right now.