V for victory.
Republished on Wednesday 28th April, 2021: We’re bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of May 2021’s PS Plus lineup. The original text follows.
Battlefield V’s road to release hasn’t exactly been smooth, nor typical of an EA product. After a delay for further adjustments to gameplay and the setback of Battle Royale mode Firestorm to March 2019, players began to question what would be available when release day came around. And now that the time has arrived, we are greeted by a main menu plastered with advertisements for content that is yet to arrive. DICE’s latest still brings its A-game when it comes to classic Battlefield multiplayer action, but at launch, it doesn’t feel like a complete experience.
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