Battle Field V - Full PC Game Download Torrent
Battle Field V - Full PC Game Download Torrent
It's been roughly one year four months in seven days three last took a look at battlefield 5 a game that in that video I'd like to lot for the things that it was undoubtedly good for that ultimately I couldn't really recommend they used the word inconsistent a lot in that review that it felt thin on content and that its progress at launch the post-launch roadmap will be something to watch well battlefield 5 has been on that road for a while now perhaps not the smoothest of the ride since launch and really frankly before launch too but as it's now 2020 and we're all looking for new games to occupy us what a field v is it worth playing and you before we start I want to mention that EA gave me a key to access the game for the purposes of making videos like this one.
Even at launch battlefield 5 could deliver a good time its highs were very high indeed they are the staple of the Battlefield series after all spectacle astonishing environmental design slick gameplay and honestly some of the best sound design in gaming I'm looking at you vortex mode it bears mentioning just what an impressive experience playing the battlefield title is when you've been away for a while I don't think there's a gaming series that brings that action movie trailer feel quite as close as something going Foom while you're running through shrapnel and dust to capture an objective or revive a fallen teammate but it was inconsistency that had me out of step with battlefield 5 before the incredibly somber opening PvE campaign appetizer seemed to be at odds with the almost comic book slapstick nature of those only in battlefield moments it's as though it doesn't know whether it wants to be a faithful and worthy look back at real-world events or be a conduit for something more.
altogether light-hearted I don't really think there's a right answer there are games that exist on either side of that Ridge successfully in the ending battlefield 5 seems to want to be both and hence you get these odd shifts in tone which can feel a touch jarring one thing I would say though is that it no longer feels light on content the tides of war updates that have peppered the time since we last looked at the game have brought lots to see and do when I last played I ballooned the lack of maps there were in the game at launch.
Then just least black ops 4 and yes that's not an overly fair and it's rather a brutal comparison when you take things into account like the size and complexity of battlefield maps to consideration yet for players experiencing those maps the fatigue of feeling like oh well I only just played this map a short time ago so the number of maps and these styles of the environmental variation still do have more value to people if you had played battlefield 5 in the open beta then you had already tried two maps meaning that the released game at the start only added another six maps to that roster there was no doubting the quality and let me just say again I don't think I've ever seen a more haunting the beautiful map than the cityscape of devastation but for people shelling out triple-a money for a big title it just didn't feel like that was quite a fair trade.
It had just the slightest whiff of early access to it as I said that thin on content feeling is now gone the available maps are now numerous up to twenty across all modes but I still feel like that initial impression was correct spending that money because you're told that there's more coming down the road in future doesn't feel like a great position for a consumer unless you're also receiving some sort of discount for joining early otherwise why not just sit and wait and see what your money buys you later on and just quick aside to say if you are enjoying this video please do tacky thumb up button it helps me with YouTube and discoverability know stuff like that if you choose to do so then thank you it is very much appreciated what all editions have been a roaring success though some like firestorm battlefield fives battle royale mode it seemed to have all that burnt out.
if I'm honest I didn't try that many times to play firestorm but I did want to experience it to see how battlefields particular flavour of mayhem might gel with sort of the established battle royale ideas that we all have now but I tried to get into a match and found that instead, I received a message saying that no match could be found from me and that I should try again later but in the end, I did manage to get into one match of firestorm but it was with 15 people which is a quarter of the maximum count of 60 and as you might imagine it then felt pretty sparse and activity the map itself is huge and seems really well-made and perfect.
From people with 15 people and honestly I wouldn't even join a conquest moat server with 15 people normally the experience was pretty lacking though clearly significant effort has gone into the design and execution of firestorm I never found myself wanting four servers to play in four other game modes so I'm guessing the firestorm just really never had its day in the Sun I did see some people trying to play it when it was freshly released as well and even from afar then it seemed like it could still do with the more active player base so I come away from firestorm feeling like it's something of a missed opportunity not just for battlefield 5 content but also for how the game was accessible to its existing players and potential future players alike with the lack of users the mode now has limited value to everyone regardless if the paid or not some left thinking that with battlefield fives turbulent low initial sales numbers all that kind of stuff.
The firestorm should have been free to play from the outset or at least very soon after that could have been early access for paid members or additional cosmetics that could only be earned through paid routes but that would have at least provided lifeblood so that the mode didn't get snuffed out it all feels rather unfortunate so is the game worth playing well if you like the battlefield feeling of something like battlefield 4 or Bad Company 2 then I'm sure you'll enjoy the wide ranges in play styles and locations that are now available in battlefield 5 much of my initial criticism about levels of content are now fixed.
There are hours of gameplay to enjoy is it as lofty and as well regarded as titles like battlefield 4 and bad complete - no I'd say subjectively it's not but there is gameplay to enjoy if you're after that battlefield experience and haven't played this latest title do I still wish it wasn't set in a world war 2 era oh I've kind of made my peace with that I've had other experiences set in the same time period with the likes of hell let loose and post scriptum that show that people can still make enjoyable games even if particular genres feel a bit overplayed at the moment but don't get me wrong I am hoping for something much more modern or at least Vietnam War era next time around from DICE there are of course PvE single-player missions with a story.
But I admit simply not being very interested in those modes if there has been a way to play them through co-op then it might have had more value to me but after my initial experience with the first chapter requiring stealth rather than the battlefield action that I'm here to experience well then I never really wanted to go back and engage with them again which even now feels like a shame as a bit like firestorm seemed to have been a real significant effort and production value put into them.
I must say that I still find it hard to recommend the full retail price of the new year to addition which comes in at a strong 54 pounds ninety-nine in the UK and amazingly is numerically cheaper at $49 90 92 is much more appealing to me is the standard edition at 34 pounds 1990 the UK $39 90 90 us as you get access to much the same gameplay just fewer unlocks and I'd imagine you'd see that price even lower during sales if you looking for distraction of the next few weeks then another option that starts to look more tempting is the subscription-based origin access basic tier of three pounds ninety-nine per month in the UK that's four dollars 99 per month in the US or be able to pay for a full year 19 bans 99 in the UK or 29.99 the US we'd then get access to battlefield 5 standard battlefield 1 battlefront 2 titanfall 2 with its really highly regarded single-player campaign Battlefield 4 and a whole host of other titles of the duration of your subscription no I'm not on commission for EA and Origin subscriptions here it just looks like the cheapest way to get into battlefield 5 if you're interested in trying it out so it's not the peaks and troughs game that we first looked at all those months back there has been a whole bunch of content added and if you focus on the game strengths then the cheaper routes in to experiencing those make the most sense to me also if you look at that polygon article from the end of last year it reports that the next big title from dice will arrive in 2022 fiscal year which starts April the 1st 2021.
so if you've not played battlefield in a while I ever think about skipping five for the next one well there's a whole bunch of waiting to do on that front I personally be tempted to enjoy the highs that battlefield 5 has to offer in the meantime I'm very interested to know what you think about battlefield 5 and in fact, all battlefield titles going back all the way.