BFV has hit rock bottom and is in grave danger of drilling deeper. Meanwhile, BF1 seems pretty healthy. No trouble finding packed servers and fun times. Smooth gameplay with a few minor bugs here and there.
So, DICE, maybe it's time you work on keeping your long-time veterans here. There's a plethora of things that could be added to BF1 as paid DLC and even free mini-DLC.
The Pacific DLC in BFV really will be the "make or break" moment of the hellish toil of the game's development, and even then, the community's still pretty turned off by your rancid "shove it" attitude before the game's release, the unbelievably corny aesthetics, the jump onto the cash-grab bandwagon of battle royale, the waste of time spent on smaller "competitive" modes that don't even fit the franchise, and the slow trickle of mediocre content.
If the Pacific DLC fails to improve the sales and community of BFV significantly, at that point you really need to just cut the cord. Make BF1 bigger and better. Get your players back. Welcome new players. And for the love of sanity, don't get political.