Battlefield V has been delayed until the November the 20th. However, it isn’t all over for enthusiasts yet. According to EA, the open beta would continue as normal as they expect as much feedback from the community they could.
Since the Open Beta is just around the corner, EA has revealed basically every single bit about the Open Beta, ranging from the stuff that you would be able to get your hands on to the system requirements of the game.
Based on what EA has announced, the Open Beta is said to continue as normal and would be live through the September the 4th-11th. Players who have early access to the game would be able to jump into the beta as early as the 4th. While players who aren’t a part of the early access perks would be able to join the action on September the 6th. Additional details regarding the release dates include the ability to pre-load the game on the September the 3rd from your respective platforms. In addition to that, the Open Beta would be available on all three usual platforms, that is, the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4.
Details regarding the game maps, features and modes include two maps and two modes. The two maps and modes are the usual Arctic Fjord and Rotterdam on Conquest and Grand Operations.
While experiencing the game first hand, players would have access to the spectator camera, player profiles, skill trees, party/squad creation and in-game currency to unlock a few weapons in the game. Players would also be able to make some progress along with the beta allowing the game to flourish by the time the players reach the final launch of the game later this year.
Regarding PC system requirements for this beta, much hasn’t changed from the Alpha build of the game. However, we’d rather still list the system requirements for those who are uninformed about the system requirements for Battlefield V.
|CPU||AMD FX-6350 / Intel Core i5-6600k||AMD FX-8350 / Intel Core i7-4790|
|GPU||AMD Radeon 7850 / Nvidia GTX 660||AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB / GTX 1060 3GB|
|Internet Connection||512kbps or faster||512kbps or faster|
Regarding the details about what you’ll be able to get your hands on during the open beta, here’s what you’ll be able to experience.
- Valentine MK VIII
- Churchill MK VII
- Churchill Gun Carrier
- Tiger I
- Panzer IV
- Spitfire MK VA
- Spitefire MK VB
- Blemheim MK IF
- BF 109 G-2
- Ju 87 Stuka B2
- Ju 87 Stuka B1
Additional Vehicles, Weapons and Reinforcements
- FlaK 38 ( Towable & Stationary )
- PaK ( Towable & Stationary )
- Vickers HMG Tripod
- Sd. Kfz 251 Halftrack
- British Churchill Crocodile
- German Sturmtiger Heavy Tank
- British JB-2 Rocket Strike
- German V-1 Rocket Strike
- Supply Canister Drops
As usual, there would also be six classes to choose from before deploying into the battlefield, that is, Support, Recon Pilot, Tanker, Medic and Assault. All six of these classes are expected to bring excellent dynamics into the game.
As EA has implemented a ton of competitive changes, it would be likely that players would be forced to help each another to succeed on the battlefield.
Regarding server locations, Battlefield Bulletin has confirmed the following server locations across the globe to help easing the pressure as well as keeping the latency as minimal as they could during the massive influx of players trying to jump into the battlefield.
- EU West – UK
- EU Central – Germany
- US West
- US East
- South Africa
- United Arab Emirates
- Hong Kong
Regarding the new release dates for Battlefield V, EA is yet again playing the early access card. Players would now be able to jump into the full version of Battlefield V as soon as November the 9th by subscribing to EA’s new Origin Access Premier plan on PCs. Followed by that, players who pre-ordered Battlefield V Deluxe Edition would be able to jump into the battlefield as early as November the 16th. While players who ordered the standard edition of the game would be able to join the action on November the 20th.