We’re all familiar with the controversy surrounding Star Wars Battlefront II in regard to the loot box controversy and the pay-to-win mechanics that many people felt plagued the game. It’s only fair that Battlefield fans as well as the wider gaming community have been awaiting the release of Battlefield V quite cautiously. I’m happy to report that both EA and DICE seemed to have learned some valuable lessons, and then some.
Battlefield V takes everything good that Battlefield 1 delivered on with a WWII twist. It feels like an all-round improvement on the franchise’s core values and this is highly evident in the game’s maps. I can’t remember the last time where I played a multiplayer game and absolutely loved each and every map, but this was definitely the case with Battlefield V.