War is a bloody business and there are major casualties involved. WW2 is one of the most terrible wars in the history of the world and when a developer is making a game around WW2 is needs to try and mirror all these aspects. Battlefield V is going to try and bring WW2 back to life and some fans are asking DICE for more gore in order to make the game realistic.
In a recent Reddit AMA, fans ask for more gore and mentioned that they longed for a game that would have levels of body dismemberment similar to that of Call of Duty: World at War. Even though the comments got plenty of upvotes, DICE did not comment on the matter and that is a shame.
Call of Duty: World at War is a fan favorite and when you shot someone with a sniper, you could see his head getting blow off. That is something that the fans are looking forward to seeing in Battlefield V. Some people have been able to look at the game in depth and it does seem that DICE is going for that kind of body dismemberment system. If that was the case we would have heard something by now.
Then again, there is still time for Dice to make changes to the game. You never know, the final version of the game could have gore that fans want. Furthermore, we have learned that Battlefield V grand operations will not be available at launch and this is a feature that you will have to wait for. Electronic Arts touched on the matter and the following is what the company had to say:
Shortly after launch, you will be able to take part in the first Grand Operation. In the months that follow, you’ll continue the fight across other unseen and unplayed battlefields of World War 2.
While we know that Battlefield V will have a battle royale mode, it seems that EA is interested in making a free to play game as well. The following is what Blake Jorgensen of Electronic Arts had to say in this regard:
We’re interested in experimenting with a free-to-play standalone game that might be in a shooter genre or another genre. But I don’t think that’s how we’re looking at the Battlefield stuff right now.
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Let us know what you think about Battlefield V and whether or not you want more gore to be added to the game.