Battlefield V weapon and tech details revealed

Recently, EA released a new post detailing weapons, vehicles, and more of Battlefield V. Supposedly, the game will have 30 primary weapons with four separate classes. They Assault, Medic, Support, and Recon. Additionally, certain weapons will have specific aspects to them. For example, shotguns and SMGs will work best at close range. In addition, the game will include a wide selection of rifles, sidearms and machine guns.


On top of that, the game will also include gadgets which can help out your allies and also inflict damage to your opponents. In fact, some of them will include flare guns, medical crates, sniper decoys, and sticky dynamite to name well.

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Also, reinforcements are a useful feature in the game. To sum up, you need enough Squad points to use any of the following in dire situations:

  • V-1 Rocket
  • JB-2 Rocket
  • Sturmtiger
  • Churchill Crocodile
  • Supply Canister Drop
  • T48 GMC 6 pdr AT Half-track
  • Sd. Kfz 251 Pakwagen


Next, the game will feature 24 vehicles which vary from tanks, transports, and aircrafts. The following is available in the game:


  • Churchill Gun Carrier
  • Churchill Mk VII
  • Flakpanzer IV
  • Panzer 38(t)
  • Panzer IV
  • Staghound T17E1
  • Tiger I
  • Valentine AA Mk I
  • Valentine Mk VIII


  • Kettenkrad
  • Kubelwagen
  • M3 Halftrack
  • Sd. Kfz 251 Halftrack
  • Universal Carrier
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  • Bf 109 G-2
  • Bf 109 G-6
  • Blenheim Mk IF
  • Blenheim MkI
  • Ju 87 Stuka B-1
  • Ju 87 Stuka B-2
  • Ju 88A
  • Mosquito F Mk II
  • Spitfire Mk VA
  • Spitfire Mk VB

In conclusion, this should be interesting how the game’s gear is utilized upon its November 20th release. One other thing, comment below in what you think of Battlefield V’s weapons and vehicles. Finally, if you liked this article why not share it on social media. In other news, The Witcher’s author has requested royalties from CD Projekt Red in the sum of 16 million.

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