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  • DICE Nerfed the TTK Yet Again in Battlefield V

    DICE Nerfed the TTK Yet Again in Battlefield V

    Almost one year later and DICE is repeating the same exact mistakes.

    Back on December 12, 2018, DICE decided to adjust the TTK (Time To Kill) for weapons in Battlefield V. A lot of the changes made weapons a fair bit less effective at actually taking out enemies. DICE said that they found that their "wider player base was dying too fast." That is to say, the shorter TTK wasn't too friendly for new players. To say that the core Battlefield community hated the changes is probably a massive understatement.

    So, DICE tried to find a compromise...
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  • EA to Bring EA Access and Games to Steam

    EA to Bring EA Access and Games to Steam

    Don't call it a comeback.

    Today, an announcement from both EA and Valve seem to confirm some rumors that started to kick up over the past couple of weeks. That is correct, EA games are making a return to Steam. The plan is to bring over features like EA Access in addition to bringing over individual games like Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order.

    Electronic Arts made the full announcement just a short time ago. They say that starting in Spring, EA Access will be made available through Steam. EA Access is their subscription service that allows you to...
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  • Battlefield 5: War in the Pacific Launches October 31

    Battlefield 5: War in the Pacific Launches October 31

    The Pacific Theater begins in one week.

    DICE and EA revealed plenty of fresh information today for the fifth upcoming chapter for Battlefield V. The War in the Pacific chapter of Battlefield 5 launches on October 31 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. With it will come two new maps, two new factions, new weapons, new vehicles, new Elites, and new chapter rewards.

    Before we get into that, let us first let you know about two free weekends coming up for the game. This weekend, starting October 24, you can try out the game's Grand Operations....
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  • October is Battlefest Month for Battlefield V

    October is Battlefest Month for Battlefield V

    A month of events, challenges, and content await Battlefield V players.

    October is officially "Battlefest" month for Battlefield V. Throughout the month, players will get to take part in a number of events, challenges, and even get their hands on some new content and rewards. This will be the lead-up to the release of Chapter 5 and the start of the Pacific campaign for the game.

    Each week of Battlefest will have different themes. There will be different modes, challenges, and rewards for each week throughout the month. It all begins...
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  • New Overview for Operation Underground Map for Battlefield V

    New Overview for Operation Underground Map for Battlefield V

    DICE provides a fresh look at an old favorite.

    DICE is set to release the Operation Underground map for Battlefield V very soon. In fact, it may actually be released this week. Operation Underground is essentially a Battlefield V take on Operation Metro from Battlefield 3. It was first announced back in June during EA's E3 event.

    This week, a new preview for the map provides us with a new trailer. We learn that the original designer of Operation Metro was also the lead designer of Operation Underground. It's simultaneously recognizable but with...
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  • DICE Cancels Competitive Mode for Battlefield V

    DICE Cancels Competitive Mode for Battlefield V

    A 5v5 competitive game mode never quite got off the ground.

    DICE has officially cancelled its previously announced 5v5 competitive mode for Battlefield V. The company says that they made this decision after turning their attention more to "improving the quality of the experience and adding more of the content you want." Despite neither of these two things happening in quite some time, the decision has been made and those looking for a small-scale war are left looking elsewhere.

    The team made this announcement today in the latest &q...
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  • A Cataclysm Hits Anthem, But Nobody Knew

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    A Cataclysm Hits Anthem, But Nobody Knew

    The end came not with a bang, but a whimper.

    Yesterday, BioWare and EA released the long-awaited Cataclysm update for Anthem. This had promised to be a major event in the Anthem timeline but it was met with some rather unfortunate setbacks when BioWare decided to push back nearly the entirety of their planned update release schedule for the game. The first major delay came back in April when several major features, including Cataclysm, were delayed until an undetermined time.

    It looks as though that time is now, at least as far as the Cataclysm...
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  • Battlefield V Patch 4.2.2 Coming Tonight - More Crash Issues Fixed

    Battlefield V Patch 4.2.2 Coming Tonight - More Crash Issues Fixed

    Update starts rolling out at 1AM.

    DICE just released the details for the forthcoming 4.2.2 update coming tonight to Battlefield V. This update will be for all platforms. On the PC it will weigh in at about 800MB and on the Xbox One it will be roughly 50MB. Those on the PlayStation 4 will apparently just have to roll the dice on how big their update will be.

    As of right now, the update will begin rolling out at 1AM (PT) beginning with the PC. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will follow at 2AM and 3AM respectively. While this update does...
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  • The Shortlist that is the Battlefield V Update 4.2 Patch Notes

    The Shortlist that is the Battlefield V Update 4.2 Patch Notes

    Ouch.

    DICE finally revealed the patch notes for Update 4.2, which is slated to hit Battlefield V tomorrow (Thursday, July 25) starting at 1AM (PT) with the PC update. PS4 and XB1 updates will follow at 2AM and 3AM respectively. On the plus side, they say that they have fixes that target "extreme instances of invisible soldiers." On the other hand, the total number of changes can be counted on just two hands.

    For a fairly major update, this seems to be rather lacking. Battlefield Community Manager Adam "PartWelsh" Freeman did...
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  • DICE Pushes Back Battlefield V Marita Map to Next Week

    DICE Pushes Back Battlefield V Marita Map to Next Week

    Two updates coming over the next week.

    DICE again took to Reddit to explain just what is going on with Battlefield V. Well, they didn't get into too many details, but they did share some bits of information that we should probably know about.

    First up, DICE is planning to release the 4.2 update this Thursday. This update will be for both clients and servers. However, no actual changelog has been shared yet. Maybe it'll include the fix for the invisible soldiers that has plagued the game for the past month now. Maybe it will add in enhanced anti-cheat...
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  • Battlefield V Chapter 4 Hotfix 1.1 Update Addresses Poor Hit Registration

    Invisibility bug still remains.

    DICE will release a hotfix patch for Battlefield V Chapter 4 tomorrow. This comes roughly a week after a fairly disastrous update introduced a number of game breaking bugs to the game.

    While this update may not fix all of the top issues introduced in that last patch, it does tackle a few of them. It must be stated that today's update does not address the issue of invisible character models. This issue, introduced in the last update, is still going to come up until they figure out a fix.

    However, this...
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  • Game Breaking Battlefield V Bugs Still Not Fixed

    Game Breaking Battlefield V Bugs Still Not Fixed

    No solid ETA on when they will be either.

    If you have played Battlefield V from the beginning, you will probably agree that the game is fun but it's not without its flaws. In fact, it seems as though with every patch released for the game, there are almost as many new bugs added as there are ones that are squished in each patch.

    The latest patch released for the game, which came about just last week, is no exception to that rule. First off, the beginning of Chapter 4 for Battlefield V's Tides of War multiplayer campaign was supposed to include...
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  • Battlefield V - Tides of War Chapter 4 First Update

    Battlefield V - Tides of War Chapter 4 First Update

    Bug fixes and stability improvements.

    DICE has detailed the changes that are coming in the first update to kick off the fourth chapter of Battlefield V. This update will land this week starting on Tuesday at 1AM (PT). Battlefield V Chapter 4 is entitled "Defying the Odds" and it begins on June 27. Al Sundan, a new map, is also scheduled to be released on the 27th.

    Below, you will see only some of the planned changes coming in this update. The full changelog can be found on the Battlefield website. Be sure to check out the full list...
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  • EA Attempts to Distance Themselves from 'Loot Boxes' by Calling them 'Surprise Mechanics'

    If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it must be a surprise mechanic.

    EA and loot boxes, loot boxes and EA. In some people's minds, there is no better pairing save for "gamers" and "rising up." For the past several years now, the studio has been repeatedly under fire for how they included loot boxes in many of their titles. They have included loot box mechanics in games like Madden with their Madden Ultimate Team card packs, FIFA with the similar Ultimate Team mode, Battlefield 1, and perhaps most notably, Star Wars Battlefront...
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  • Outpost Mode Now Live as Latest Weekly Battlefield V Mode

    Outpost Mode Now Live as Latest Weekly Battlefield V Mode

    This mode places a larger emphasis on teamwork and building, not murder.

    DICE released the latest weekly game mode for Battlefield V earlier today. It's called Outpost and it will be live from today through to next week. It is a 64-player game type playable on Arras and Mercury. The basic idea behind this mode isn't necessarily about killing, but rather on building up, upgrading, destroying, and controlling radio towers.

    Teams will win when they beat the enemy to reaching a set number of points. Points in Outpost are called "recruits."...
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