Battlefield V 5v5 Competitive Mode Axed by EA Dice, New Maps and Ranking System Revealed for Upcoming Updates

Previously this year, EA Dice teased a 5v5 competitive mode in Battlefield V. Well, if you have actually been waiting to participate in some five-on-five action, there is some problem. EA Dice has revealed that Battlefield V’s 5v5 battle mode has actually been cancelled, with the studio pointing out more focus on bug crushing and content development as the primary reason. Additionally, EA Dice likewise exposed the new content that will be introduced with the upcoming v4.4 and v4.6 updates in the next number of months. Among the other modifications that are set to arrive quickly are fixes for the faltering problems, enhancements to video game stability, and more.

In a Letters From The Front post on the official EA blog site, Battlefield V’s Senior Producer, Ryan McArthur, mentioned that cancelling the game’s extremely expected 5v5 mode was a hard decision to make, but it was crucial for achieving goals like more effective bug resolution and creation of brand-new content. “This modification in focus enables us to much better deliver on our pledge of new material that we know our players will love, along with supplying brand-new methods to enjoy a few of our more intense existing modes”, McArthur wrote.

Talking about new material in the video game, he mentioned that the v4.4 update will bring 2 brand-new maps and a boost in the optimum rank that can be attained by gamers. The full-tilt, infantry-only Provence and Lofoten Islands maps will initially include Squad Conquest and Team Deathmatch modes. The first appearance and sneak peek of these two maps will be given to guests at Gamescom 2019.

Furthermore, stuttering and synchronization problems, video game stability enhancements, and refined UI interaction around damages will arrive with the upcoming updates. Finally, Battlefield V players can now exceed rank 50 and can reach for the brand-new rank 500 peak by making XP. EA Dice likewise claims to have improved the gameplay experience in AI Sundan, which is now playable in Squad Conquest and Team Deathmatch without any of the visual concerns that were reported previously.

The upcoming v4.6 update will even more eradicate all the concerns that gamers encountered in AI Sundan. Operation Underground map will likewise make its way to the Conquest, Team Deathmatch, Breakthrough, and Squad Conquest modes with the update. Lastly, the holiday will see the go back to Iwo Jima area and two more locations, complete with new lorries, weapons, factions, and sharper graphics.

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