War never changes: first assessment of Battlefield 5

Journalists have played in the new “battle” and shared first impressions.

Journalists have played in the new “battle” and shared first impressions.

Even before the release of Battlefield 5 has encountered negative feedback from players who are unhappy with the beta test of the game. DICE has heard the fans, promising to correct the flaws before the game’s release. While gamers await the release of BF5 to verify the veracity of the words of the developers, journalists have played in the new “battle” and shared first impressions.
What is known

So far, the assessment Battlefield 5 on Metacritic stuck at around 86 points for the PC version. Journalist Ausgamers appreciated the new shooter DICE in 90 points, noting good graphics, shooting, balance and destructible maps. Of the minuses, the author highlighted the presence of bugs, problems with the visibility of enemies on snow-covered terrain, as well as the bad sub-machine guns.

At the same time, CG Mag gave the game 80 points, calling Battlefield 5 fantastic shooter. The author noted that DICE has taken serious note of community feedback, correcting shortcomings. The journalist was satisfied with the game, but was disappointed in “War stories”, a small story driven campaigns, which turned out to be boring and short.

Assessment Battlefield 5:

AusGamers 90
Digital Chumps — 90
PCGamesN — 90
JeuxActu — 85
Gamesradar — 3.5 / 5
CG Magazine — 80

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