While we already reported that DICE has said that the max ammo capacity and starting ammo count in Battlefield V will be tweaked based on feedback from the recently concluded beta, it seems another controversial issue will be changed as well,
Over on Twitter, DICE Technical Design Director Gustav Halling confirmed that the respawn and revive time in Battlefield V will be changed to make it quicker to get back into the game.
Hello, we agree 🙂
We are updating the design for this so that if you chose to HOLD ON longer than the game mode respawn time it will reduce the respawn time.
So in your case of holding on for 30 seconds would result in 0 respawn time if no one revives you.
— Gustav Halling (cmd) (@gustavhalling) September 11, 2018
Good news, right? This isn’t the only thing changing from the beta, either. It’s been confirmed that enemy visibility will be looked at, and spawn protection is going away, too. Would you want the respawn time to change, or should DICE keep it as is to prevent people from just rushing out head first into the battlefield?
In other Battlefield V news, DICE has confirmed that custom servers won’t be available at launch, and there’s a chance that another beta might happen before the game’s November 20 release date.
bf5 is sjw trash and its about to get stomped by cod black out.get ready for bf3 to be doa.