The decision to include the female characters to Battlefield V has sparked up some controversies among the player base and the developers are obviously notified. People from DICE, however, have a firm statement on the matter and they don't regret their choices one bit.

Not only that the official cover art has a female soldier in the focus, women are also massively present throughout the game as well. And that is what pisses off some parts of the community. The whole thing went so far, actually, that we even saw a great number of players putting #notmybattlefied hashtags on Twitter massively.

Oskar Gabrielson quickly "fired back" with a series of tweets right here. I definitely recommend checking out all of those tweets if you're interested and, at the same time, you can also see the community replies as well.

As a reminder, Battlefield V is set to be released on October 19 and it's coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC. There are plenty of things to look forward to including the War Stories campaign and the co-op mode called "Combined Arms". We will also have a post-launch mode called "Tides of War" as well. Whether this little "scandal" will have any effect on the game after it gets released, it remains to be seen.