^^ This article just popped up on my timeline and I thought it was quite an interesting read...
Personally, I think it's too late for EA/DICE to save Battlefield V. It's not like there's been a shortage of opportunities to fix this game and iron out all the annoying bugs, yet here we are. Even with the expected release of the Pacific theatre, I think the majority of us know that the new content will either be delayed or broken to some extent.
My interest in Call of Duty expired after MW3, but from what I'm seeing, Modern Warefare is going for the jugular and ticking all the boxes that a Battlefield fan looks for in a game; It's offering large maps, in-depth weapon customisations that affect weapon performance, enormous teams, a real focus on gameplay and now even vehicles - which sounds exactly like what Battlefield used to offer.
I really hope this game dies and it probably will come October 25th. It will never be the WW2 Battlefield that we were all after and has been a real opportunity wasted. But more importantly, I hope the managing directors and those in charge of the decision making of this game learn a lesson from the mistakes they have made.