While DICE has released the biggest content drop Battlefield 5 has ever seen in the latest patch, it seems the studio tweaked the way some in-game rewards are handled. It seems DICE has removed non-weapon Assignments, which were an easy way to snag Company Coin.
Aside from that, it also looks like DICE has taken out the post-match Company Coin Assignments, and are awarding just 200 Company Coins per Weekly Challenge completed. This means that those who farm Company Coins for skins and whatnot will have a harder time in doing so.
DICE removed the non-weapon assignments from BFV, removed post match Company Coin assignments, and are only awarding 200 coins per weekly challenge completed – meaning that the coins earned are at an all time low.
I'm not even able to upgrade my Puma cus I've got none left :/
— FinFett (@FinFett) June 10, 2020
If you’re looking to obtain as much Company Coin as you can, here are the ways to do it post Battlefield 5 patch 7.0 (per YouTuber DannyonPC):
Ways to get CC with 7.0
– Daily orders, 300CC + 15.000 XP (Which makes leveling quicker, AKA more CC from that)
– COOP with 2000 CC per mission
– Weekly missions, 1500CC this week (Again more XP too)
– I still got a CC assignment too :p pic.twitter.com/54FltmpuNd
— DANNYonPC (@DANNYonPC) June 10, 2020
Well, there you go, then. You’ll just have to adjust how to earn Company Coin now, though it is kind of odd why DICE changed it in the first place.
In other Battlefield 5 news, gamers across the world are pushing for a #SaveBFV movement for DICE to continue supporting the game with new content. DICE has also acknowledged some of the issues the 7.0 patch brought to the game, and will roll out updates to fix ’em.