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الثلاثاء، 5 فبراير 2019

Battle Field 5



 EA had its work cut out when it came to surpassing the seriousness of Battlefield 1’s Great War. Few war games have depicted the horror of that conflict as well as Battlefield 1 did, placing you in the boots of a series of young men as they each meet their untimely demise in a desperate last stand against against the Imperial German Army. Battlefield V continues this sombre tone as you gear up for the killing fields of World War 2. Each of Battlefield 5’s War Stories are single-player vignettes intended to “create feelings of despair”. With each death your character’s name, birth date, and death date loom out to remind you that this war game is about more than just entertainment.



When it comes to gameplay, however, Battlefield V rivals the best FPS games on PC. Weapons feels refreshingly janky compared to the futuristic fare of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, offering up a satisfying rattle and kick with every shot you fire. The battlefields themselves change constantly throughout a match as destructible buildings are torn apart, showering players with rubble.




Battlefield V pushes graphical boundaries, too. Real-time ray tracing is only available on the dearest Nvidia graphics cards at the time of writing, but gives us a glimpse into the future of triple-A gaming. Hellish infernos glint nightmarishly in puddles and muzzle-flashes from a rifle reflect in nearby windows – it’s only natural that resident hardware nut Dave James chose Battlefield 5 as his personal game of the year for 2018. When it comes to big-budget first-person shooters, Battlefield V is the complete package.

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