Battlefield 5: The New Update Adds Matchmaking For Combined Forces

Battlefield 5

Take charge of the Duo of Fire Storm mode, the guys at EA DICE accompany the release of the new Battlefield 5 corrective patch with an important intervention that allows fans of the shooter of Electronic Arts to use matchmaking to enter the Combined Forces cooperative mode.

Introduced in mid-February, Combined Forces mode offers cooperative shooter enthusiasts the opportunity to challenge AI-controlled foes together with their friends and, thanks to this update, to all those who want to use matchmaking to meet their challenges internal of eight PvE missions.

With the patch that brings the EA DICE FPS to version 1.15 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Swedish authors also add a whole series of improvements and optimizations to the game system and to the progression of equipment and objects for the aesthetic customization obtained by grappling with the remaining modes, or at least this is explained by Community Manager Jeff Braddock from the pages of the official subreddit.

Regarding BF5, Daniele D’Orefice analyzed the Firestorm battle royale mode and the efforts made by DICE and Criterion to bring this hugely popular genre of multiplayer shooter experiences to the iconic Battlefield universe.