A new Battlefield V update 1/20 is now available on PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One. According to the official Battlefield V 1/20 patch notes, the new hotfix brings some minor gameplay changes and bug fixes. Apart from this, the new Battlefield V version 1/20 also includes tweaks for weapons, vehicles, and soldier behavior and more.
Considering all the gameplay additions, it seems a bit disappointing that the expansion doesn't add much in the way of improved graphics or sound -aside from new weapon noises and new models for the new weapons and vehicles. Then again, Battlefield 1942 still looks really good, and the game comes updated with the version 1/45 patch, so, by now, most of the bizarre sound issues that plagued the original game seem to have been solved. However, though we experienced no technical problems -playing both single-player and multiplayer games -we have read scattered reports about players who continue to have problems playing the game or connecting to online sessions. Unfortunately for these players, the expansion does nothing to improve the single-player bot AI -which remains unimpressive -nor does it add a new single-player campaign. Battlefield 1942 was all about multiplayer, and this continues to hold true for the new expansion. Also, it seems doubtful that anyone will appreciate the fact that if you have Secret Weapons installed, you still have to swap CDs to switch to a Road to Rome map or to specific maps from the original game. While this requirement may serve as good copy-protection, it can be annoying if you like to play a variety of different maps each session.