While DICE has been very transparent when it comes to the things coming to Battlefield 5, it seems there’s one thing that’s set to come to the game that hasn’t been discussed yet, and it’s that Battlefield 5 manual lean option will be added soon.
While no official announcement has been made so far, it has now since been discovered in a short gameplay video from DICE Engineer Julian Manolov that a Battlefield 5 manual lean option will be added soon-ish.
Some people were complaining about the BF mouse sensitivity legacy sliders not giving enough resolution – i.e. people try 2% or 3% and the difference is too much.
Implemented tuning the mouse in-game at a finer step using the arrow keys and that goes live in the next BFV patch? pic.twitter.com/Bfsf9mthMM
— Julian Manolov (@_jjju_) May 14, 2019
In case you didn’t see that, here’s a screenshot of the options screen with the “Soldier Leaning” option marked (via Redditr user KillerCh33z):
If Manolov’s tweet is to be taken as is, this should mean that this Battlefield 5 manual lean option should be available in the next game patch, though we don’t know when this will be rolled out.
In other Battlefield 5 news, DICE rolled out a Firestorm matchmaking update yesterday that should help make waiting a lot easier to take in the mode. Multiplayer fans should expect Fortress mode to be available tomorrow according to DICE.
Are you glad that manual leaning will be added to the game or it doesn’t matter much?