The lesson learned from Battlefront 2: DICE has talked about microtransactions in Battlefield 5

On the official website of Electronic Arts, the developers made a post which talked about the progression system in the new “battle”.

On the official website of Electronic Arts, the developers made a post which talked about the progression system in the new “battle”.

DICE took into account the scandal Battlefront 2 and decided not to add microtransactions to Battlefield 5 at the start of the game.
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On the official website of Electronic Arts, the developers made a post which talked about progression in the new “battle”. DICE has decided that Battlefield 5 will lose purchases with real money that affect the balance, but will allow gamers to decorate soldiers. Besides, additional payments will be after the release of the game.

The economy is in BF will revolve around currency Company called Coin, which is earned through the game and spent on better weapons and equipment, as well as cosmetic items. Battlefield premium currency Currency bought for real money, and opens a player-specific decorations.

“Balanced, as “Rock-scissors-paper” game play has always been the core of the Battlefield series, and we believe that we can’t spend money to win or purchase benefits,” wrote the developers.

Also in Battlefield 5 will be two grades — “Career” and “Class”. The first increases the overall level of the player, as it was in BF4 with the titles. While increasing the user receives Company Coin spent on improvements and cosmetics. “Class” ranks, enhance the level of fighters of a certain type, like “Medic”, “Support” and so on, unlocking special weapons.

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