Wait for the First Batch of Bug Fix Updates
The Battlefield 5 launch hasn't mirrored the catastrophic Battlefield 4 release, but there are still plenty of bugs and performance issues.
Battlefield 4 was a complete mess at launch, but EA DICE got its act together in 2016 with the release of Battlefield 1. Still, the popular World War I sim was plagued with a long list of bugs and performance issues and it took weeks for the game to stabilize.
DICE's games are huge with tons of moving parts and headaches are inevitable. Battlefield 5 alpha and beta testing helped the developer cut down on the number of day one problems, but issues have slipped through the cracks into the final release.
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If you hate dealing with bugs, performance problems, and server issues, you might want to take a rain check and wait for DICE to roll out a few bug fix updates before buying.
We expect a flurry of updates to emerge in the weeks after its released and these patches should correct the most glaring bugs and help stabilize the game.