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The Battlefield franchise took a U-turn and went back to its roots for Battlefield V. The game portrayed the battlefronts of WWII.
Battlefield V Articles
Battlefield V update brings new mode, weapons and vehicles
Battlefield V Chapter 2: Lightning Strikes is bringing Squad Conquest which is a smaller variant of the regular Conquest mode. Along with that, Rush and co-op modes, three new weapons and Tank Hunter vehicles are also coming in the update.
Deep Learning Supersampling is coming to Battlefield V
Nvidia's exclusive DLSS feature could be coming to Dice's Battlefield V pretty soon. When combined with RTX Ray Tracing, Deep Learning Supersampling will bring improvements to Battlefield V's overall performance on all RTX series cards.
Red Dead Redemption 2 strolls into 2019 as first placed in UK
We've already said that it would be quite symbolic if Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 won the last remaining week in the UK physical sales chart and that's exactly how it went down, with FIFA 19 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 following.
Battlefield V paid currency is apparently coming in January 2019
EA are notorious for their microtransactions policies, but it came a bit of a surprise Battlefield V still doesn't have them, one month after release. That will change in January 2019, according to a new leak from retailers who sell it.
Red Dead Redemption 2 sales top UK's physical sales chart
By now, there's little doubt that Rockstar's Western Red Dead Redemption 2 has etched its name on the year 2018, despite launching relatively late in the year, so it's perhaps only fitting to see it keep up the heat in the last few weeks.
Battlefield V and Fallout 76 failed to meet sales expectations
According to the latest research by the company SuperData, EA's Battlefield V and Bethesda's Fallout 76 are nothing but big disappointments when it comes to sale numbers. Both games recorded lower sales than Battlefield 1 and Fallout 4.
EA DICE announce Battlefield V TTK changes will be reverted
EA DICE made many Battlefield V players angry when they introduced TTK changes, but apparently, the community blowback was bigger than anticipated as the developers have decided to completely revert the changes on 18 December 2018.
Dice responds to Battlefield V TTK changes after player backlash
Dice officially responded to fan's backlash after the introduction of time to kill changes which decreased the damage of weapons leading to slower TTK. Fans said that the changes are in favour of casual players and not Battlefield veterans.
Dice to address Battlefield TTK/TTD issues in an update
Dice have revealed plans for improving the time to kill and time to death elements in one of the future updates. The developers say both are tied and complex pieces as they continue to investigate the issue in that area, including netcode.
DICE changes Battlefield V time to kill and players are not happy
DICE have announced that Battlefield V time to kill changes are now live on all platforms. Global community manager Dan Mitre shared the patch notes on Reddit and explained how the tweaks will affect the current weapons and damage models.