Battlefield V Controversy: DICE Clarifies About The Game

Battlefield V was recently announced and the graphics blew everyone way. It was one of the phenomenal piece of art design and animation we have seen.

However, looking at the YouTube like to dislike ratio, something was wrong. People didn’t overwhelmingly like it like its predecessor Battlefield 1. What could have been the problem?

For starters, people complain that it is not realistic with prosthetic arms and the inclusion of women. DICE has clarified that women characters are playable in Battlefield V and they are here to stay.

Oskar Gabrielson of DICE also added that “Our commitment as a studio is to do everything we can to create games that are inclusive and diverse. We always set out to push boundaries and deliver unexpected experiences. But above all, our games must be fun!”

Battlefield 5 will feature World War 2 setting.

The game will be released in October for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. There does not seem to be a Switch version for now.