Spotting has changed too - you now highlight areas of danger, rather than pinpointing specific enemies.
And revives can now be done by any class, although they take far longer than Medic revives and only restore a limited amount of health.
The idea is that you need to ask Support classes for resupplies, and loot ammo off enemies.
The respawn screen has changed too - you can choose whether or not to bleed out, then you get a view of how your squad is playing, so you can make an informed decision about whether to squad spawn or go back to deployment.
It’s split into Chapters, with each Chapter representing a historical phase of the actual WW2 conflict.
There are several returning modes for Battlefield 5’s multiplayer - including Conquest, Team Deathmatch, and Domination.
The first team to eliminate all the enemy soldiers wins.
This is going to be absolute game spectator gold, and one of the most tense experiences if you’re in there.
Everything in the game can be customised and modded, and even your weapons have skill trees that you can tinker with to change how they behave.
You’ll need to level up your soldier to earn the right to buy new things, but you do this just by playing and completing challenges.