"All the work DICE has done in renewing the core mechanics has resulted in an experience that feels tighter than it has done for many years."
Battlefield V got its very last content update today, adding new maps, weapons, vehicles and more.
Those looking to drive around in a fully customised tank can do so in Battlefield V come march.
With DICE's shooter sticking to the Pacific , we're heading 'Into the Jungle' for today's livestream.
DICE has shown off the new map coming to its military shooter early next month.
This is landing on December 12 and the new video gives us an overview of the franchise's iconic map.
We're getting Iwo Jima and Pacific Storm maps with this, alongside a reimagined Wake Island, new weapons, and more.
This has been scrapped in order to focus on other areas, although DICE still wants a "competitive gaming experience".
DICE had plenty to tell players during EA Play, including new maps and much-requested community features.
Those who leave while downed in the battle royale mode will now drop all loot, and parachute draw distance is also improved.
Take to the island of Crete to fight it out in the sunshine, based on the real-life Operation Mercury in WWII.
A Way Out has also been shown off via a trailer and website for the PS4 version of the subscription service.
The rebranded feature will land after summer, although we have a list of features coming with Phase 1 of release.
This will be the second update in April and the third for Tides of War: Chapter 3, changing plenty of things across all platforms.
The premium currency and some cosmetic packs to spend them on is heading onto the battlefield today .
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