Battlefield V is an ego shooter developed by the Swedish computer system game supplier EA DICE, which was released by Electronic Arts on November 20, 2018, around the world for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This is this of the 16th component of the Battlefield series.
The launch of Battlefield 2042 has occurred: Pre-order and EA Play Pro members are now increasing in the battles — at least on the consoles, the activation of the PC version takes place only at 9 o clock. Around the early access start, the first tests have gone to the new ego shooter of Dice Live. For a better overview, we have subsequently compiled individual reviews and evaluations of the international press. The basis for the scoring overview was the website metacritic.com, which bundles the tests of the publications.
There are currently only tests to the PC version, Reviews for PlayStation and Xbox are likely to follow in the coming days. For currently 17 submitted PC tests, Battlefield 2042 (Buy Now €54.99 / €53.99) on an average rating of 80 percent. Battlefield 2042 brings the sandbox back into the series — in an equal brave as a controversial way, for example, writes EGG, which gives the full score in his test. The massive, well-designed maps would give a lot of space for playful experiments, the modes are a force. With All-out Warfare, Portal and Hazard Zone, Battlefield 2042 finally offer a game variant for every taste.
Ex Video in turn writes that the portal mode is apparently holding all its promises and allows the creation of individual modes — be crazy or challenging. Hobby Consoles refers to a missing campaign at Battlefield 2042, but writes that the ego shooter would focus on what he could best: a deep, fun multiplayer mode. The 128 game bugs on PC and Next-Gen consoles promise the most spectacular battles of the series.
Hardcore Gamer rates Battlefield 2042 with 70 out of 100 percent. Among other things, a fantastic gameplay and a number of new features as well as improvements are praised. Survivor (45 percent), in turn, comes to the conclusion that Battlefield 2042 would have needed some time more for the development. In a world where developers have to work from home and to reset games because of the pandemic, EA decided that Battlefield 2042 is ready to be released this year. Is not it, writes the portal.
Write our colleagues from golem.DE: Everything works epic, huge and gripping. Alone because of the breathtakingly beautiful and harmonious environments, where new discoveries are waiting again and again, every leap on the virtual battlefield looks like an adventure. However, The technical problems with flying tanks and the heavens-warpling helicopters are likely to worry about many males-amused comments over the coming days and weeks. Dice therefore has apparently still has several updates in front of the chest to remove bugs and glitches from the game world of Battlefield 2042.
As our preliminary conclusion about Battlefield 2042 fails, you will learn about this link. While I was still shocked at the first impression in the normal multiplayer, as sterile and cold looks the game and how fails the specialists look, Battlefield 2042 has meanwhile risen in my favor. Hazard Zone offers exciting matches, partly in magnificent maneuvers Peaks, but the highlight is Battlefield Portal, writes Tester Carlo Siebenhuner. We will soon deliver our complete test. The regular launch of Battlefield 2042 will be made on November 19th.
Battlefield 2042: Test Overview to the EGO Shooter (PC)
Battlefield 2042 Brings The Sandbox Back to the Series in Bold and Controversial Ways. The New Specialist System Might Seem Like Sacrilege at First, But It Opens Up Gameplay Opportunities That Weren t Possible in Previous Titles. The Massive, Well-Designed Maps Offer Plenty of Room for Experimentation and Emergent Stories, and The Modes Are A Blast. And That s Just All-out Warfare. Between That, Hazard Zone, and The Expansive Battlefield Portal, Battlefield 2042 Has Something for Everyone, Without Feeling Like It s Stretched Too Thin. It s a true evolution of the Series, One That Pushes Back Against A Stagnation That Treated The Series Future. It Won t be for everyone, but for players who crave imagination and fun from their battlefields, it Will Give Them Everything That They Crave and more.
Jeuxvideo – 90
Battlefield 2042 does everything expected of it and more. Not content with fully succeeding in its traditional multi-pan, this opus has the luxury of offering additional gigantic and highly qualitative content to players. Portal mode seems ready to keep all of its promises and allow the creation of various modes whether they are crazy or competitive. Hazard Zone, on the other hand, succeeds in unexpected situations and offers a particularly successful reading of the game in squads. Beautiful as a truck, generous, modular and damn fun to play, 2042 is neither more nor less than one of the best games of the license.
Digital Trends – 90
Being online-only, Battlefield 2042 had to make up for its lack of any single-player content whatsoever with a variety of worthwhile online content. The game s developers have not only succeeded in that regard, but they have gone above and beyond. All-Out Warfare is a fantastic evolution on the classic Battlefield experience, modernizing the franchise with more scale, spectacle, and ways to play than ever before. Battlefield Portal and Hazard Zone likewise shine in their own regards, with the former proving that it can serve as the base for players to create their own unique experiences within 2042. If any future Battlefield title omits these two modes, I might consider them incomplete.
Press Start Australia – 85
It s not without its issues, but Battlefield 2042 is off to a fantastic start for DICE s beloved series. All-Out Warfare modes are immersive, Hazard Zone is enjoyable while Battlefield Portal steals the show. There s a lot to love here, and I m excited to see where the game goes.
Hobby Consoles – 84
Battlefield 2042 skips the campaign and sticks to what it does best: deep, fun multiplayer. The 128 player figure (on PC and next gen) ensures the most spectacular battles in the series, and we love Battlefield Portal s nods to previous installments. The analyzed version had some minor bugs.
Attack of the Fanboy – 80
Battlefield 2042 feels like a game made specifically for Battlefield fans. Multiplayer is fast-paced and chaotic, and while new modes like Hazard Zone and Portal are a mixed bag, they provide an excellent foundation for the game to build on going forward.
Replayed – 80
Heading in a multiplayer-only direction, 2042 offers a unique blend of experiences that combines classic Battlefield sensibilities with fresh new ideas, making for a game filled with exciting content to explore whether you re a returning veteran or a series newbie.
Meditation – 78
Battlefield 2042 is proof that the classics it incorporates through Portal offer a better image of the essence of the saga compared to the All-Out Warfare experience.
Hardcore Gamer – 70
Battlefield 2042 should have been a triumphant return of the franchise and developer. In some respects, Battlefield 2042 delivers on its promises thanks to fantastic gameplay, a suite of new features and improvements, and a presentation that looks as good as it plays. Unfortunately, the game falls short just as much, if not more.
Survivor – 45
In a world where developers are getting used to working from home and games are being pushed back due to the global pandemic, EA decided that Battlefield 2042 was ready for this year. It s not.
On David Martin
12.11.2021 um 07:06 UHF