Battlefield V open beta is officially over and DICE announced that the company will be making changes to its multiplayer customization options and more. The company has published a record of high-level problems that the company is working on before the next upcoming Battlefield V Dev Talks.
Battlefield V list of issues the developer planned to fix:
Squad play and Matchmaking – Several changes are already in place and additional improvements will be made to secure the best possible launch experience.
Attrition – Scarcity of ammo and health is something we want to get just right, and the Open Beta gave us a lot of info on how to balance it.
Visibility – Distance haze, lighting, general contrast and other visibility aspects are being tinkered with, letting you see your enemies better in the world.
Death Experience – We’re adjusting bleed out and spawn times to make your virtual deaths as good as virtual deaths can be.
Vehicles – Damage states, movement, and weaponry of tanks and other vehicles are being tweaked.
TTK and TTD – We’re adjusting automatic weapons to make the Time to Kill and Time to Death as fair and fun as possible.
Progression and Customization – We’re working on making the user journey one that’s smooth and personal.
Chat Profanity Filter on PC – We are evaluating the Open Beta feedback and are making many adjustments for launch.
Battlefield V will launch on November 20th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Origin Access Premiere members will be able to play the game early on November 9, 2018. For Deluxe Edition owners, Battlefield V will be accessible on November 15, 2018.