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Was a little hesitant at first with this game since EA Rushed Battlefield 4 and Battlefield: Hardline was pretty bad. This game turned out to be pretty amazing so I bought it on the Xbox One, PC, and PS4, as a way to compare and contrast. The PC version seemed okay just because the PC client EA Origin has a lot of trolls and hackers at times and you can report them, but EA doesn’t do much from what I’ve heard.
The console versions seem to be better and it feels like EA is paying more attention to the consoles than the PC people. The game starts out with a prologue that really puts you in the mood and what these people went through during that time. The single player campaign has about 5 stories across the was and they seem pretty short at times.
Multiplayer can be pretty big with Conquest being one of the highlights of the game. I also heard there’s this gap between levels 4 and 10 and you can pay actual money for battle packs now. Which are really just booster packs and a quick way to level up and get the better add-ons for weapons without playing the game as much.
Anyway, this is a pretty good game and is more about having fun than being historically accurate. If you do by this just get the regular one since the special editions feel like buying too much at times.