Early reviews are strong but DICE’s latest shooter still has a few things we’re concerned about.
DICE’s Battlefield 5 has seemingly been under fire ever since the first reveal trailer. While the delay helped give it some breathing room, especially in a season of competitors like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2, we’re closer now to getting our hands on it. What are a few concerns we still have? Let’s take a look at 15 of them here.
When Battlefield 5 was initially revealed in May, it was after Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was confirmed to have no single-player campaign. DICE also announced its own Battle Royale mode (later renamed to Firestorm), thus making seem like the more complete package. However, over the past few months, DICE has had to push back some content. Combined Arms and Firestorm will be out in January and March 2019 respectively. At this point, Battlefield 5 looks a bit bare with just the campaign and multiplayer but even the upcoming update in December has some things to worry about.