Battlefield V EA Play Build’s Suppression Will Not Affect Handling; Feature Is Not Final
Battlefield V is one of the many games EA will showcase later this week during EA Play, and some new details on the build that will be available during the event have emerged online.
According to DICE's David Sirland, the EA Play build's suppression is only going to be visual, and will not affect weapon handling like it does in Battlefield 1. Thankfully, the team is still working on the system so there's a very good chance that things will be different in the final release.
NEWS: First details on #Battlefield V's Suppression System.
According to David Sirland, suppression is only visual / audio #EAPLAY. It has no effect on your weapon handling, unlike #BF1 where you lose precision when you're suppressed by enemy fire. Thanks #BFLF @ascotbailey2! ? pic.twitter.com/l46sSLTfbI
— Battlefield Bulletin (@BFBulletin) June 5, 2018
Last month, we have learned that Battlefield V will only feature two factions at launch, with others getting introduced after release. The multiplayer experience also promises to deliver the most immersive gameplay of the franchise.
Battlefield V multiplayer will deliver the most immersive gameplay of the franchise in a sandbox environment that portrays the battles of World War 2, allowing players to feel the force of the fight and truly shape the war as the war shapes them. Players’ soldiers can now tow stationary weapons, build fortifications and repair war-torn structures to turn the battlefield to the player’s advantage. Whether dragging a squad mate to safety or shooting a grenade out of the sky, players will forge a deeper connection to the ever-evolving world around them and achieve victory against the toughest odds. With the freedom to adapt and evolve the battlefield in new and unseen ways, the battlefield will never be the same.
Battlefield V launches this October on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions
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