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The arrival of Battlefield V is one of the most important swords. And that even with the controversy formed by the inclusion of women soldiers in the game and many of the offensive comments towards the company because of this issue, it is still one of the games that many users want to try. When it comes to Battlefield, fun is always guaranteed. Set in World War II, the game promises all sorts of new modes and features that will surprise players. Today begins the closed alpha for a group of lucky users who will be able to try out much of the games content, without any restrictions on the material to be displayed.



Battlefield V is set for launch on November 20th on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game features an exciting story mode where users can hear the characters speaking in their native language. It will also feature a full battle royale mode, although this will come in 2020 as it has undergone some last-minute changes, as confirmed by DICE just a few days ago.


In addition to announcing the start date of the closed alpha, DICE has provided minimum and recommended requirements for alpha. These requirements may change at the time of the games launch on 19 October 2018. These changes will be decided on the basis of changes and optimizations that will be made in the coming months.

In addition, Electronic Arts has released a new video that reviews each of the eight maps that will be part of the game at launch. Some of these scenarios will take place in France, Holland, Norway or North Africa, with the most impressive and largest maps ever seen in the series.

Minimum requirements for closed alpha:

  • Operating system: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10
  • Processor (AMD): AMD FX-8350
  • Processor (Intel): Core i5 6600K
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Graphics card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 / GTX 660 2GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB
  • DirectX: 11.0 or equivalent
  • Internet: 512 KBPS or higher, stable connection
  • Free space: 50GB

Recommended requirements for closed alpha:

  • Operating system: 64-bit Windows 10
  • Processor (AMD): AMD Ryzen 3 1300X
  • Processor (Intel): Intel Core i7 4790 or equivalent
  • Memory: 16GB RAM 12GB RAM
  • Graphics Card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1060 3GB
  • Graphics card (AMD): AMD Radeon¢ RX 480 4GB
  • DirectX: 11.1 or equivalent
  • Internet: 512 KBPS or higher, stable connection
  • Free space: 50GB

The closed alpha will give the opportunity to try out the Conquest mode for infantry and vehicle combat to control key points and the Grand Operation Fall of Norway mode, a mode that can be played in Airborne (parachute drop) or Breakthrough (capture sectors as an attacker or hold position as a defender).


Players have had the opportunity to test the Battlefield V beta and tell the company what they like and dislike about the new title. These indications help them to make decisions for the advancement of the game and thus ensure the best possible experience. And although it is known that the game will not feature a battle royale launch mode, it seems to have many surprises in store for users. Like the fact that there will be early access for Origin service subscribers.


The game is not only from DICE, but also from Electronic Arts, which is why players with an active Origin Access Premier subscription can download the game to their PC or Xbox One starting November 9. Additionally, Origin Access Basic players can enjoy the opportunity to download a trial of up to ten hours.

Meanwhile, PlayStation 4 players will be able to play the shooter from November 15th. This means they can play five days before the launch. Of course, they will need to book the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition. A version of the game that allows users to gain early access.



Very wide scenarios that allow the tactical and disposition of a huge amount of players per game, with destructible scenarios that allow to vary at any time many of the tactical points of enemies and companions. There is hardly anything new about Battlefield V that makes you think of a revolution.

The most interesting modality available in this closed alpha was Big Ops, which varies a bit the basic way of playing the title we all know. This mode divides the contest into two days, with tactical implications that make combat preparation almost as important as the combat itself.

On the first day the British army will have to prepare its defenses by building barriers, turrets and other formations that will give them an advantage in battle. The second day will be spent resisting the siege or trying to carry it out, depending on the team we have to play.



Obviously, the first thing we will notice as one of the most important new features of Battlefield V will be the change of scenery. After enjoying several future releases and Battlefield 1 in World War I, this new franchise release will take us back to World War II.

It is one of the most important warfare in history and probably the most seen in the history of video games. But that doesn’t mean that the game doesn’t show some scenarios, weapons and vehicles from that time in the best possible way. Very spectacular environmentally, as it could not be otherwise.


The fortification system is one of the most interesting new features of Battlefield V, because it goes against what we did with the first Bad Company. There we destroyed the environment, whereas here, apart from retaining that characteristic, we will be able to reinforce certain structures thanks to the fortification system, which is designed above all to promote the defensive aspect within the battle or to restore the buildings.


This sounds very interesting, because lately it was all destroy and destroy, with maps that were completely modified and had no point of return.

Another new feature of this Battlefield V is called the Company, a section from which we can customize our collection of soldiers, vehicles and weapons, and thus adapt to the situation. Instead of doing it the old-fashioned way, alternating between different classes when you die, it will now be much more practical and customisable, it seems, especially for squads.



In addition, and here comes the really important thing, the more we play, the more each section of our collection will improve, where there will also be room for personalization of the appearance of each soldier. No more making everyone look practically the same. In the first trailer, in fact, we can see men and women (already seen in Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar) looking very different, to the point of seeing amputated arms and mechanical prostheses.

This installment of Battlefield, comes stronger than ever both its verison for Ps4, as the version of Battlefield 5 for PC, where the Steam platform makes possible direct download and support of the servers, also makes it possible to use tricks and hacks Battlefield 5, or the creation of a key generator battlefield 5 pc where it becomes possible to get free download the game and play on official servers.


The DLC’s or expansion packs are files to download that complement the original game, giving more Battlefield 5 weapons, scenarios, etc. They are updates that are necessary to continue in the game and enjoy it to the fullest, that is why people keep looking for free battlefield 5 dlc, to complete their game 100%.


EA has confirmed that Battlefield V will offer the ability to purchase a premium in-game currency using real money. This coin will be used to purchase all kinds of cosmetic items to customize our characters.


It seems that EA is approaching everything related to additional content, cosmetic objects and micro-payments in Battlefield V quite well. The game will be released without a season pass initially, and then all DLCs will be released for free, so all players will have access to the same content. The company already did so with Titanfall 2 and more recently with Star Wars: Battlefront II.

On the other hand, the game will not have any booths either. Furthermore, the cosmetic items will be just that and will not be related in any way to the progression of the characters. That’s where EA failed with Star Wars: Battlefront II and then, after a huge controversy, was forced to modify the entire system of boxes, cards and character progression.



The premium coin theme is fine, although we would have preferred that, instead of having to buy these types of coins in packs, the game would allow us to pay directly with real money for those cosmetic items of interest to us. If a suit costs 1 euro, say, let us pay that amount without having to spend a minimum of, say, 4.99 euros on a pack of I don’t know how many premium coins that we will then have to spend anyway not to leave them there forgotten…

Battlefield V will also have a different type of coin that can be accumulated during the game and will also allow you to buy items.

This is the typical double currency system that we have already seen in many other games: the one that has to be grinned is difficult to knead in large quantities if it is not by putting many hours into the game, of course, while the premium one allows to save time to the player who wants to have certain objects without having to spend a lot of time.



From now on we will divide these tips and tricks into sections, each of which makes a specific approach to situations that we recommend you look at.


Some of you will say “Battle Missions”, so right friends, before entering a game I recommend that you go to the section of Assigments in the main menu and choose those missions that you would like to complete, you can get up to 4 of them. These cards have up to 3 challenges to complete during a game, obviously you can take those assignments related to your favorite class to make it much easier.

If you complete these challenges you can earn in-game coins that will be used to buy upgrades for your character, weapons and even accessories for them.


Before you take to the field, take a look at your equipment as you can edit the look of the weapons as well as the accessories they carry, such as sight glasses. You can also access each class and invert the coins mentioned above to ‘upgrade’ them, meaning you can give your weapons special attributes, such as improved recoil, better bullets for long-range shooting, quick draw, etc.


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