Battlefield V is the latest chapter in EA's smash-hit online multiplayer shooter franchise. The series has come full circle since its debut "1942" and is set in World War II. The single-player campaign is broken up into bite-sized chunks called War Stories. Much like Battlefield 1, each depicts a different theater of war, a different protagonist, and a different mission. The multi-player builds on the franchise's core strengths with the addition of new game modes and room for a future mode rivaling battle royale.
Based on the Frostbite 3 engine by EA-DICE, Battlefield V supports both DirectX 11 and DirectX 12, and newer technologies such as DirectX Raytracing. In this particular test, we used DirectX 11 as that's the API used by the majority of players.