Platoons were originally removed from Battlelog, yet players now have the ability to create a custom emblem for their soldier. Emblems can again be created through the use of shapes, though custom images cannot be used. Up to three emblems can be created and saved with up to twenty shapes able to be used. Battlefield Premium members can utilize up to forty shapes. Once an emblem is set as active, it will automatically appear on the player's weapon, occupied vehicle, and player ID. Following the September 2014 patch, emblems now appear on the player's parachute once deployed.
Emblems are featured in Battlefield Hardline, functioning in the same manner as in Battlefield 4. Custom emblems are also created and equipped in the same manner as Battlefield 4. A new feature, however, allows players to "spray tag" their emblems onto surfaces of the environment.
Emblems are featured in Battlefield 1, functioning in a similar manner to past installments. On the player's weapon, the emblem is engraved onto a metal part of the weapon instead of being printed in full color, preserving the weapon's historical aesthetics. Custom emblems can be created and equipped in the same manner as Battlefield 4.
Emblems are featured in Battlefield V. Unlike Battlefield 1, only exclusive emblems are available for use which are obtained from participation in special events. Additionally emblems only appear on the side of vehicles when occupied. Exclusive emblems in Battlefield 1 are available for use in Battlefield V if unlocked and vice versa.