EA and DICE recently officially unveiled Battlefield V with a new trailer, and surprisingly (or unsurprisingly, in many ways), a lot of people ended up taking issue with the game because of claims that it’s “historically inaccurate”. Why? Because it has female soldiers, which critics claim were not a thing in the Second World War, and also because one of the female soldiers in the trailer has a prosthetic arms, which, yeah, is a little out there.
DICE Producer Amo has recently been active on Twitter, responding to criticism and feedback by fans surrounding a number of things. In one tweet, he talks about the prosthetic arm, claiming that it was actually a real thing during the World War II era (and he seems to be right, though you’re free to cross-check if you want). In another tweet, he talks about the in-game female soldiers, as well as their customization options.
In another, third tweet, Amo mentions that a lot of fans have been reaching out to DICE with what he calls “legitimate questions, concerns and criticism”, before assuring them that they’re being heard, and that the studio is listening to all the feedback.
You can watch the reveal trailer for the game through the link above. There’s been a ton of new info on Battlefield 5 since its announcement as well- you can keep up if you’re interested through here. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more updates.