Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer Talks Bullet Penetration, Land Vehicles Changes In Open Beta And More

Battlefield V art

Battlefield V is going into open beta very soon, and today we have learned about what to expect over the closed beta and the latest public builds.

On his Twitter profile, Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer David Sirland has been asked about bullet penetration, confirming that it will be in the open beta build. The feature is not implemented correctly everywhere in the game as of now, and the team is looking for feedback from the beta to improve things.

Related StoryNathan Birch
Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V Free to Keep with Amazon Prime Gaming in July and August

Sirland also teased some major land vehicles changes that will be implemented in the open beta.

It's also been confirmed that some issues found in the Gamescom 2018 build are already fixed for the open beta and that match length will be tuned based on the open beta data.

Progression will also be tested in the open beta, with the team hoping to get some good feedback for it.

Related StoryNathan Birch
Xbox Game Pass Adds The Ascent, Cris Tales, and Cloud Play for Battlefield V in late July

Battlefield V launches on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One on October 19th. The open beta will begin on all formats on September 6th, with those who pre-order or subscribe to EA Access, Origin Access, Origin Access Premier will get access to it two days earlier, on September 4th.

WccfTech Tv
Filter videos by