Shortly after the reveal of Battlefield V, the game’s listing was updated with minimum PC system requirements. However, the system requirements were removed from the game’s listing over at Origin and turns out Battlefield V PC System Requirements were Incorrect.
This is according to EA community manager Dan Mitre, who took to his Twitter account and noted that recently published Battlefield V PC System Requirements were incorrect and the DICE is yet to announce the system requirements.
Recently, incorrect minimum PC specs for Battlefield V were published as placeholders. We haven’t announced our minimum or recommended specs for Battlefield V yet. Stay tuned!
The listing suggested that for PC players to play the game they were required to have at least Intel Core i5 6600K or AMD FX-6350 with 8 GB Of RAM and a GTX 660 2GB or HD 7850 2GB.
Speaking of Battlefield V, DICE has partnered with Nvidia for its upcoming game. This is the first time DICE has partnered with Nvidia for a Battlefield title.
According to Nvidia, they will be helping EA DICE to “create the definitive PC experience” for the upcoming Battlefield. “GeForce Experience will deliver Game Ready drivers, Optimal Playable settings, and other NVIDIA-platform features for Battlefield V.
In addition, we are working on integrating cutting-edge technologies, optimizing performance, and creating the definitive PC experience.”
Furthermore, the developers have also confirmed that Battlefield V will not feature a premium pass or loot boxes. Seems like following Star Wars Battlefront 2, EA has learned its lesson and is trying to do better.
Battlefield V is a first-person action shooter in development at EA DICE and is scheduled to launch on October 19, 2018, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.