Battlefield V will launch in November and DICE will support the game with subsequent DLCs. Now, the studio has confirmed that Battlefield V roadmap will be revealed ahead of its launch.
This is according to DICE’s global community manager who confirmed Battlefield V roadmap reveal ahead of its launch. He noted that there is no date decided for the reveal of the Battlefield V roadmap.
For those who don’t know, all of the DLC for Battlefield V will be free. Meaning no DLC map or content will be locked behind any premium pass.
The feedback for the game wasn’t particularly positive following the open beta for Battlefield V. However, DICE has taken the feedback to heart and will be making changes accordingly.
According to DICE, death will be a “tighter experience” following changes. Players will now bleed out faster and the time that players spend in the “squad follow camera” is also reduced.
Players might have found it took a while to get back into the action after having been downed by an enemy. This has been tweaked; bleeding out now goes much faster than before.
DICE noted that bleed out time for players was ridiculously long. DICE has tweaked the bleed out time and this will help the medics too.
The studio has noted that it has introduced distance haze to improve players visibility. DICE noted that this will come into play in the heavy fog.
It is actually there to emphasize what’s in front of it. You can see this in play but in extreme form when the heavy fog rolls in at Rotterdam is when you really see people running against it, they are much much wider background.
Developer DICE has also backed away from unauthentic cosmetics in Battlefield V. This decision comes following feedback from players that such cosmetics take away the authenticity of the game.
Also, a report is making rounds on the internet suggesting that Battlefield V will include Bad Company 2 Remaster.
Battlefield V is a first-person action shooter in development at EA DICE. The game will launch on November 20, 2018, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.