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Hiku said:

So I guess it's upsetting to a number of people that Battlefield V has a woman on the cover.



I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
Humanity has peaked.

Anyway, I'm not really interested in this game. But I was curious if they kept the campaign, and looks like they did.

I think I've seen two covers, one edition has a man on the front of it....



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Hiku said:

So I guess it's upsetting to a number of people that Battlefield V has a woman on the cover.



I guess I shouldn't be surprised.

Anyway, I'm not really interested in this game. But I was curious if they kept the campaign, and looks like they did.

I mean, if she's from the French Resistance or Soviet Union's side, then there's no problem as far as history accuracy goes. 



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Hiku said:

So I guess it's upsetting to a number of people that Battlefield V has a woman on the cover.



I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
Humanity has peaked.

Anyway, I'm not really interested in this game. But I was curious if they kept the campaign, and looks like they did.

People aren't pissed that their is a women, but that it is probably a result of all of the SJW nonsense. 



flashfire926 said:
https://kotaku.com/heres-our-first-look-at-battlefield-v-which-goes-back-1826271285

"There won’t be any sort of “premium pass” or season pass in Battlefield V. You won’t have to pay for maps or modes, nor will you be able to buy anything that affects gameplay—as we reported earlier this year, DICE is being cautious after the outrage over last year’s Star Wars Battlefront 2.

Shortly after the reveal, EA confirmed to Kotaku that the game will not have any form of randomized loot boxes. Previously, a report had suggested that the next Battlefield would have cosmetic-only loot boxes, but at the time, sources told Kotaku that report was premature and that decisions had not yet been made. “I can confirm that there are no loot boxes,” an EA rep said in an e-mail."

Nice to hear.

Please don't give kotaku clicks. 



Mar1217 said:
Hiku said:

So I guess it's upsetting to a number of people that Battlefield V has a woman on the cover.



I guess I shouldn't be surprised.

Anyway, I'm not really interested in this game. But I was curious if they kept the campaign, and looks like they did.

I mean, if she's from the French Resistance or Soviet Union's side, then there's no problem as far as history accuracy goes. 

She's supposed to be a British fighter, at least that's what they showed in the trailer.



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Madword said:

I think I've seen two covers, one edition has a man on the front of it....

Oh?

areason said:
Hiku said:

So I guess it's upsetting to a number of people that Battlefield V has a woman on the cover.



I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
Humanity has peaked.

Anyway, I'm not really interested in this game. But I was curious if they kept the campaign, and looks like they did.

People aren't pissed that their is a women, but that it is probably a result of all of the SJW nonsense. 

Or finding any excuse they can to complain about female representation, hiding behind "SJW nonsense".

Bet you none of those people cared that Battlefield's previous stories were largely fictionalized. But as soon as it pertains to a gender or a minority group, ohhhhhh snap! "This ruins my immersion." "Also my favorite character in a videogame is The Boss from MGS3."

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They just want a historically accurate game, there were very few women fighting in WW2. When you put a game showing something like 50% of the soldiers fighting on WW2 were women it clearly upsets people.



Yeah I lost all respect for this game when I saw a partly disabled white british women first thing. That shit didn't happen IRL, it's either she's french resistance, or she doesn't belong in the game. Looks like I can't buy this game if it's going to follow an SJW agenda.



CuCabeludo said:
They just want a historically accurate game, there were very few women fighting in WW2. When you put a game showing 50% if the soldiears fighting on WW2 were women it clearly upsets people.

They shouldn't expect that from Battlefield. If this was called World War 2 Simulator, ok. Criticism perfectly understandable.
But Battlefield? Their stories tend to be based around real events, but largely fictionalized for the purpose of entertainment.

The crash landing on top of zeppelin in Battlefield 1 obviously never happened, but there was no outrage about that ruining anyone's immersion.

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Hiku said:
Madword said:

I think I've seen two covers, one edition has a man on the front of it....

Oh?

areason said:

People aren't pissed that their is a women, but that it is probably a result of all of the SJW nonsense. 

Or finding any excuse they can to complain about female representation, hiding behind "SJW nonsense".

Bet you none of those people cared that Battlefield's previous stories were largely fictionalized. But as soon as it pertains to a gender or a minority group, ohhhhhh snap! "This ruins my immersion." "Also my favorite character in a videogame is The Boss from MGS3."

Well i can't speak for them, but it is a fact that their has been SJW nonsense attacking gaming over the last couple of years.