Linux gamers have found yet again that their ubiquitous operating system remains unwelcome in the context of mainstream entertainment. The latest insult comes from Electronic Arts, which appears to have issued a few permanent bans to online Battlefield V players attempting to play the game on Linux systems. Mind you, Battlefield V isn’t intended for Linux; the EA game specifies that a 64-bit version of Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 is required. But those committed to Linux can get around that by using Lutris, a Linux gaming client.
[Source: The Register]