It appears that the publisher EA mocks community complaints about the historical accuracy of the recently released battlefield V.
EA DICE's decision to use a woman wearing a prosthetic fight fighting on the front line of World War II as marketing for Battlefield V does not sit well with the Battlefield community. After many questions and complaints, former manager of EA Patrick Söderlund said that "Battlefield 5 is much about the invisible, the unclear, the untapped". He added that "the common perception is that there were no women in World War II. There were many women who both fought in World War II and participated in the war."
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Söderland suggested later that those who complain about women in Battlefield 5 are "untrained
Now a photo from the game launch event in Sweden has discovered Reddit showing various negative Quotes from the community about inclusion of female characters in the game, and it seems that EA tries to use the negativity around Battlefield V as a marketing tool.
What are your thoughts about this banner from Battlefield 5's launch event? Hit the comments below.
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Battlefield V is available worldwide for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
"With Battlefield V we set out to build the best game in the franchise's history. Few other games are capable of providing the amazing and unexplained moments you experience in Battlefield ] like pulling crazy stunts into an airplane as you fly through an inflated bridge like tanks and soldiers hit it on a hill. The team at DICE can not wait to see what Battlefield V is in the hands of our community, says Oskar Gabrielson, GM on DICE. "We have also set up to create a game that will grow and develop over time, and we will continue to tinker with the gameplay and bring new experiences to society for a long time to come."
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