DICE's Battlefield V reveal trailer has more than 320,000 "dislikes" compared to 279,000 "likes" on YouTube, which represents the game's backlash.
Activision and Electronic Arts both stumble in their weirdly lackluster reveal events for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Battlefield V, respectively.
DICE general manager Oskar Gabrielson responds to the female character backlash that's been raging since Battlefield V's reveal trailer this week.
In the wake of discussions about gun violence in video games, EA reminds its players that Battlefield V is not associated with any gun manufacturers.
Battlefield V will avoid loot boxes and pay-to-win economies, with cosmetic unlocks for characters and vehicles the only ones available for purchase.
EA DICE is changing the Battlefield franchise's core gameplay with Battlefield V by implementing a War of Attrition - their answer to Battle Royale.
We've now seen and talked to the devs of Battlefield V and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Here's what they've shown us so far and how they compare.
All three of Battlefield V's core game modes, including Conquest, will share the same progression system. Here's how all the experience works in-game.
Players can counter destruction by building fortifications in DICE's Battlefield V, while also using vehicles to tow defensive weapon emplacements.
Battlefield V puts a notable emphasis on female soldiers in its art and trailers, and in its customization system across the game's four classes.
Any Battlefield V player can revive an ally in a much more personal way, and you can drag downed allies to safety, but only medics can heal you fully.
DICE's 2018 Battlefield V game features a self-generating 4-player co-operative campaign mode titled Combined Arms, which also affects progression.
While Battlefield V is returning to its roots with a World War II setting, it provides new twists on the historical events that players haven't seen.
DICE's 2018 Battlefield V features a variety of customization options that carry throughout the game, from weapons to players to air & land vehicles.
DICE's long-awaited Battlefield V gets a cinematic trailer as well as full release date details to get players ready to play as soon as possible.
DICE is dropping premium pass and paid expansions for 2018's Battlefield V and will, instead, make all future DLC maps and additions free to players.
DICE and Electronic Arts are revealing Battlefield V live this afternoon. Here's how and where to watch it and a tease of what to expect.