Battlefield 5 – Conclusion of the test event: played all maps, modes & single player (video)
At the review event at DICE in Stockholm, Philipp Elsner has already been able to play all launch maps and the single player of Battlefield 5 extensively and talks to Michael Obermeier about his impressions in our first conclusion.
While the multiplayer was particularly convincing in terms of map desEsports Extrasand vehicles, the single player with its war stories left a rather bland impression. The developers are taking over the episode format from Battlefield 1 for the single player – and are giving away a lot of potential.
In multiplayer, on the other hand, Battlefield 5 scores with great maps and plenty of space for the large fleet of vehicles that the world war shooter is bringing up. At the same time, the infantry gameplay gets exciting new dimensions with the construction system called fortifications, the completely renewed gunplay and many customization options.
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The developers have also eliminated a major criticism of the Reveal trailer: the skins are far less wacky and exotic than many fans feared and fit very well into the scenario.
Battlefield 5 will be released on November 20th in the standard version, but pre-orders of the Deluxe Edition can play from November 15th and subscribers of Origin Access Premier even from November 9th. You can read more about this in our BF5 pre-order guide.
Shortly after the release, the first free DLC map Panzerstorm appears with up to 14 tanks at the same time.
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