Experience life as a WWII paratrooper in Battlefield V for Xbox One. This digital download edition features key locations in the war, and you can choose between special missions for the German Airborne troops or British Special Air Service. Experience chaos in 64-player all-out war, or get lost in the war stories that make Battlefield V a complex, captivating game. Now also includes Firestorm - Battle Royale, reimagined for Battlefield.
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Firestorm - Battle Royale, reimagined for Battlefield
Dominate on the largest Battlefield map ever with epic weapons and combat vehicles as a deadly ring of fire closes in. Scavenge, fight, and survive to become the last squad standing.
Firestorm Ranger Set
Drop in to the battlefield with a unique tactical loadout with the Firestorm Ranger Set. Complete with goggles, light battle fatigues, and the MKIII(S) Elite Combat Dagger - the weapon for all encounters as you fight for survival.
- F.S. Operative Gear
- MKIII(S) Elite Combat Dagger
If it has wheels, you can drive it! From transport to combat vehicles, including the fearsome Panzer IV tank, it's risk versus reward as you challenge other squads to secure the battlefield's most powerful hardware.
Work with your squad to play the objective and unlock the most valuable gear in Firestorm while fighting it out to become the last surviving squad - all tied to your Company and Battlefield V progression.
64-Player Squad Mode
Sixteen teams of four fight it out to become the last squad standing in a high stakes game of survival with no rules.
Largest Battlefield map ever
The sheer scale of the combat arena equals an array of squad play possibilities as you explore distinct landmarks and objectives across the map.
Battlefield took a different approach with world war games, they are more detail oriented and story focused. But the storylines are quite small and you could finish it within two/three days. But there is of course more to online multiplayer.
Story mode in this game is the most fun. It does ignore a lot of the major WWII battles like Normandy and has basically no air battles. It’s a fun game but they could’ve done way more with it.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
game is great for those that like campaigns
I understand that gamers are starting to spilt into two groups those that like campaigns and those that love the on line play! For those that like Campaigns you will like this game. I got it just because of that campaigns. As for Call of Duty I passed on their last game and it was because of the fact it does not have a Campaign! I was disappointed but in the end it was their choices to go the way that they did! I am sure that those that like on line play are happy. All I have to say is I am glad for them and wish the Call of Duty all the best. I hope that some time in the future they will build some games again with good long campaigns in them! I will then be more than willing to give them another try! I do not mean to single out Call of Duty because I now look to see if any other games are following the Call of Duty example. If they are I do not buy them. There are some out there and I passed on them. Even if they did look interesting! In the end it comes down to what one likes and I hope that neither groups attack each other and that the gaming companies are smart enough to support both groups!
Now getting back to this Battlefield V all I can say is that you will like this game. Graphic are great and game play is vary good but is a little different from the way Call of Duty played in the last game before this last on line game. Just a matter of getting used to it. I really like this game and hope and believe you will also. In the end I would also add a thank you to those that make Battlefield V for keeping the Campaign in their games!
This is a really good installment to the Battlefield series. It is very fun with a good variety of game modes including Single Player and Battle Royale (Coming Soon).
There are not too many short comings but, I will name a few that I've noticed. 1. Loading into games is buggy. Sometimes (almost every time I play, at lest once) you will get stuck on a loading screen and have to ultimately close the game and launch it again. Which has another negative affect... Being that the game gets full so you have to wait for someone to leave so you can join your friends again or they have to leave resulting in a loss on their record.
2. My biggest game play issue, which is more of an issue with other players, is being a medic. I like to run the medic class but, it is very annoying when players don't pay attention to the HUD and see how many medics are close by and that they are coming to get them by looking at the distance meter closing in. I end up wasting a smoke grenade and getting shot at for no reason at least 3 times a game lol.
This game is very enjoyable in the end, especially with a couple of friends and a team that cares about the objectives. If you set out to get the most kills it may work for you but, I find I get more kills when I'm playing the objectives.
A:AnswerWell the physical is on a disk and the digital is that the program is downloaded from the company that made the game. The other thing is that you have to place the disk into the Xbox when you want to play. That way the program knows you have the right to play that game. Without the disk after the game is load onto the hard drive and you lose the disk you will not be able to play the game. Where that does not happen with the digital download!