Following the official reveal of the latest installment in DICE’s Battlefield series, the official Battlefield Twitter made a post that “There’s no Premium Pass in #BattlefieldV.”.
There's no Premium Pass in #Battlefield V.
The Tides of War are changing. New battles, fronts, and rewards are always on the horizon… for all #Battlefield V players.
— #Battlefield V (@Battlefield) May 23, 2018
Seeing this is pretty surprising route the game is taking, especially when it is published by EA. Following the constant problems with microtransactions of Star Wars: Battlefront II and Need For Speed: Payback, Battlefield V having no premium pass is part of the on going change it seems EA is taking. Looking back at A Way Out only needing one player to own the game for two people to play the co-op title is the start of this change and now Battlefield V.
Battlefield V is yet another title confirmed to be marketed by Microsoft when we revealed the list back in April.