Battlefield V Open Beta Confirmed This September
EA DICE appears to be hard at work on Battlefield V, and the game has been far enough in its development for the developer to let others try out an alpha build of the game in a closed test environment. The invitational closed alpha gave many Battlefield fans their first experience with the new game, and DICE apparently learned quite a few lessons on what to improve in the game. These lessons were disclosed by EA in a new blog post that also revealed plans for the road leading up to the game’s release, including the launch date of the Battlefield V Open Beta.
In light of the flawed, but still seemingly fun experience players had, DICE has stated the features they intend to fix or improve before the game’s launch in light of their performance in the closed alpha. One of the bigger fixations DICE mentioned is their planned improvements for matchmaking, some of which they were even able to implement before the end of the closed alpha test. Some other features they also plan to update include revives, reinforcements and the Time To Kill mechanics.
The blog post also mentions that other test events will occur before the game’s launch on October 11th. It is now confirmed that a new build of the game will be available for play at Gamescom in August, and the Open Beta will launch in early September. While it sounds like there are still plenty of improvements DICE wants to make before the game’s launch, there will certainly be plenty of opportunities to put them to the test before Battlefield V goes gold.
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