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Digital Subscriptions > Checkpoint Magazine > Issue 12 > REVIEW·BATTLEFIELD V


A state-of-the-art World War II shooter that brings a sense of narrative to its multiplayer – and it’s now close to being the finished article

Battlefield V

Developer: EA DICE

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

BATTLEFIELD, Electronic Arts’ flagship first-person shooter franchise, has never quite managed to capture the mainstream imagination as comprehensively (and lucratively) as Call of Duty, published by EA’s deadly rival Activision. But its devotees have always seen themselves as discerning rather than fashionable and, over the years, Battlefield games have acquired a solid reputation for pushing technological boundaries, providing a great impression of being a crucial participant in a large-scale war and for encouraging players to take on roles which don’t entirely depend on fast-twitch shooting skills.

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Welcome to Checkpoint, a new feature-led digital, interactive gaming magazine. THIS IS THE LAST OF THE CURRENT VOLUME - CHECKPOINT MAGAZINE WILL BE BACK AT THE END OF MARCH AND WILL BE FREE! The magazine is aimed at any gamer with an interest in gaming, the influences of gaming culture, the impact gaming has on society and, of course, will cover expected content such as reviews, interviews, previews and events. In this magazine you'll find video, audio and animation built in to give you more ways to interact with the content. We'll have regular features with industry legends and op eds on the way gaming is becoming a massive influence in popular culture and every day life. In this issue: We look at last year's gaming offerings as well as explore in more detail some of the bigger games of the year. We've also got some very exciting news, so make sure you read through to the end!