Battlefield V’s Open Beta Preload Starts Now – Here’s How Much Storage It’ll Occupy

Battlefield V’s final release date may have been delayed for more than a month. However, what hasn’t changed is the Open Beta schedule.

As we mentioned in our report earlier that details everything about the Battlefield V Open Beta, the Open Beta preload has begun on all three platforms. Players who own an Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or PC should now be able to preload the game through their respective platforms.

We’ll get straight into the details regarding the storage requirements to preload the game. Here’s the storage requirements for each platform.

  • PlayStation 4 – 14.9GB
  • Xbox One – 10.9GB
  • PC – 12.4GB

However, if you haven’t pre-ordered the game, don’t be too excited. Since preloads are underway, players who have pre-ordered the game and have subscribed to Origin Access Premier would have access to the game by tomorrow. For players who skipped on pre-ordering the game, you’re going to have to wait until September the 6th.

Given how much time the developers are putting into the game and how active they’ve been at collecting feedback, I’m keen to see how this installment in the Battlefield franchise turns out.

Battlefield V is set to launch on November 20th, 2018 and would be available on platforms such as the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4.

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