Battlefield 5 was released on November 20, 2018 by Electronic Arts. The game was developed by DiCE. Battlefield 5 is a coop first person shooter.
EA has indicated there will be no DLC. Gone are the days of Premium Pass and paying for expansion packs. As time goes on, we are going to grow the world and gameplay of Battlefield 5.
The soldier classes – which consist of the four staples of Medic, Scout, Support, and Assault – can be customized to accommodate your playstyle. You can alter their appearance by changing aspects like outfits, gender, helmets, skin color, and war paint.
As you gain XP, you unlock new Archetypes for your soldier classes. An Archetype is a class specialization developed to fit a particular playstyle. The available weapons, gadgets, and attributes vary between Archetypes. You can switch between Archetypes during matches, so you always have the right tools – and skills – for the job.
Battlefield 5 takes place with a WWII backdrop. The game supports as mangy as 64 players in large scale multiplayer battle. The game has some female slots for women who like to play shooters.
Gameplay is conventional with some new gimmicks like skiing to offer some new modes of movement.
Battlefield 5 will also have more protection against cheating. Players who play the game will gain the experience needed and there are no premium players making a mess of things.
|Operating System||Windows 7 x64 or better|
|CPU||Core i5-6500 or better|
|Memory||8 GB or more|
|Hard Drive Space||50 GB|
|Graphics Hardware||NVIDIA™ GeForce® GTX 660 or better
AMD Radeon® HD 7850 or better
|Network||Broadband Internet Connection Required|
BF5 supports the DXR with the new Nvidia 2000 cards, the drivers are far from stable so its better to use DX11 which works best for Frostbite games.