Battlefield 5 has been released again
The release for Battlefield 5 is here!... Again!... For the fourth time!

It's November 20th which means it's time for Battlefield 5 Standard Edition to be released. This comes after the Deluxe Edition was released on November 15, which came after the Origin Access Premier release on November 9th, which came on the same day as the Origin Access and EA Access early release that allowed you to play for 10 hours.

Needlessly staggered release schedule aside, Battlefield 5 is now out for everyone to pick up and play provided you play on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC via Origin.
Boot Camp.

In single player, Battlefield V brings back the acclaimed War Stories from Battlefield 1 to portray different people facing brutal warfare filled with Battlefield moments. Players will witness the war through the eyes of the men and women who helped change the world forever as they take on untold stories of human drama. Fight as a Norwegian resistance fighter in Nordlys, a Senegalese French Colonial fighter in Tirailleur or a British criminal in the Special Boat Services looking for a chance at redemption in Under No Flag.

On December 4, players can jump into the new single-player War Story, The Last Tiger, a new tank-focused map called Panzerstorm, the introduction of the Practice Range and a chance to stand out on the battlefield with vehicle customizations for both tanks and planes. Additionally, in the same week, Battlefield V will begin time-limited events from the first chapter of its new live service commitment to players, Tides of War. Each new chapter throughout Tides of War will feature evolving gameplay, an expanding world, new experiences and game improvements all completely free, bringing a new Battlefield with each one.

Chapter 2: Lightning Strikes, debuting in January, will see the introduction of the cooperative Combined Arms mode and the return of Rush and Squad Conquest. Launching in March, Chapter 3: Trial by Fire will see the introduction of the highly anticipated Battle Royale mode, Firestorm, and a new map set in Greece. Beyond the first chapters, more experiences will keep coming as the battlefields keep evolving.

I've played only a few rounds of the game so far but I've liked what I've played. It already feels better and plays better than Battlefield 1 and I was someone that largely enjoyed Battlefield 1. So if you were someone that was put off by BF1, perhaps you should take another look at BF5.