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Everything you need to Know about Battlefield 5


The much awaited Battlefield 5 has made its comeback with its signature muck of World War 2. DICE did not do much in announcing the changes made on the sore systems of the series apart from announcing the launch of the battle royal mode in the game. The changes are not significant enough, and as a first-time player, you might not realize the adjustments made. As a norm of EA, the announcement of release dates for Battlefield 5 was confusing, and people did not know when their versions were to be released while others accessed the game before others.

Release dates

As of the information we have, the release dates for each version were:

  • The Battlefield 5 Standard Edition release was on November 20
  • Deluxe Edition release was on November 15.
  • Origin Access members were allowed to play a 10-hour trial from November
  • Origin Access Premier Members got full access on November 9.

Battlefield 5’s System Requirements

The Battlefield 5’s recommended system requirements are as follows.

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or Newer
  • Processor (AMD): AMD Ryzen 3 1300X
  • Processor (Intel): Intel Core i7 4790 or its equivalent
  • Memory: 12 GB RAM
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB DirectX: 11.1 Compatible video card or its equivalent
  • Online connection requirements: 512 KBPS or a faster connection
  • Available disk space: 50GB

There are several footage of the Battlefield Trailer you can watch YouTube

Battlefield 5 Setting

The game takes place in the era of World War 2 to portray areas not covered before in previous versions to tell the untold stories and to show the unseen locations of the times during the battle.

Main Features of Battlefield 5

  • You can build and construct fortifications.
  • You can experience the new battle royale mode.
  • The game incorporates multiple styles with a couple of twists.
  • You can play as a combined team of four players during missions.
  • Squad members can heal one another even in the absence of a medic.
  • You can fire stationary guns even when your vehicle is towed.
  • With proper animations, you can turn 360-degrees and go prone.

All post-launch modes and maps were offered free unlike before where they were exclusive to premium members. The loot boxes are no longer available to purchase with real currency, one has to earn them through playing, but cosmetic items are available for purchase with real currency or in-game money.

Battlefield Modes

DICE announced that Battlefield would run on a battle royale mode called Firestorm which will be released in the spring of 2019. The other modes installed in previous versions feature such as Conquest, Domination, Frontlines, Breakthrough, Frontlines and Team Death-match. The new Combined Arms mode restores the cooperation in Battlefield through the introduction of 4-player missions where the team members have to work in unison not to die. The game ends when the four members are wiped out. Grand operations will be used as a test for this mode where team missions are of four days and the outcome of each day determines the happenings of the next day. For instance, the war itinerary for the second day will be the remainder of the first day and so forth. The trick for this game is to wipe other teams while ensuring that yours stays up at all time. The game will proceed to the fourth day if there is a draw.

Battlefield’s Classes

There are four classes for this game that is; Assault, Support, Medic and Scout and each of these classes has a set of archetype to choose depending on their specialty.

Game Progression

The player progress in the game follows a cycle of obtaining class ranks and unlocking additional weapons in the organization of your company, and the higher you rank, the more the privileges. You can set several specializations and change them at will depending on your mood.

You can also change the physical appearance of the players with both male and female options with the options of customizing the clothing and face paint. You can complete three daily assignments which refresh after 24 hours to receive a higher payout in game-currency which you use to unlock other levels.

Squad Operations

Team play is encouraged where you are automatically placed in a random squad, and you can stay in touch with team members through menus and loading screens. You can watch the progress of the team from an overview map and see your living team members and a death camera to show you the dead teammates. Team points accumulate with the kills the team makes. When all team members are deceased, they all return to the deployment map.

Battlefield 5 Maps

The maps used by battlefield are Rotterdam, Davison, Twisted Steel, Narvik, Fjell 652, Hamada, Apras and Aerodrome.

Changes in the Game

Random Bullet deviation is gone, and they will recoil in more dramatic ways and spread out in more predictable ways. You will no longer allow having maximum ammo and explosives at your disposal, and you will have to chase down your teammates for assistance in case you are out of ammo. This makes you make better fighting decisions and increases the thrill. You can now revive your fellow members without the presence of a medic. The new vehicles in the game can tow stationary ammo, and you can use them even while in stationary mode.

Usual buildings are destructible and by hitting the side of the wall with a shell will collapse the walls inward. Every soldier in the game has a toolkit they can use to build sandbags, stationary machine guns, and other fortifications. Using animation, you can now slide and turn in 360-degree easily.

The Battlefield 5 has caused a lot of excitement within the gaming community, and many people are already terming it as the best-unfinished game ever. You can purchase it at game stores or online and also savor its beauty.

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Matt Merriman

Matt Merriman

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Matt is the editor around these here parts... And comes from (as if you hadn't guessed) Texas. So, naturally Matt loves guns and his FPS titles such as Battlefield 3,4 & One along with bit of Star Wars Battlefront.
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Matt is the editor around these here parts... And comes from (as if you hadn't guessed) Texas. So, naturally Matt loves guns and his FPS titles such as Battlefield 3,4 & One along with bit of Star Wars Battlefront.

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