A soaring, cinematic orchestral score and remarkable sound effects make Battlefield V an exemplar of what this kind of game should be. Superlative.
Utterly stunning, BFV is drenched in detail and conjures some incredible vistas. Its destructible maps look sensational too, even if they're not entirely bug-free.
On-foot and in tanks, Battlefield V is never anything but a joy, save for the odd traversal-based annoyance. I'm still rubbish at piloting planes though, which is a shame, as I quite fancied myself as a Spitfire ace.
Single-player and multiplayer both have a lot to offer, with a glut of cosmetic rewards to unlock for your chosen custom soldiers. Incidentally, microtransactions are completely innocuous, and easily ignored.
Another very poor list that's entirely devoid of imagination. Complete the campaign, attain a handful of milestones, and that's it. Move along.