While the Battlefield V beta is already wrapped up as you read this, it seems there’s a chance that a second Battlefield V beta might happen. Over on Twitter, DICE Multplayer Producer David Sirland was asked why the studio isn’t extending the beta, to which Sirland replied that he’d rather get another one (BFV beta) out with all the fixes patched in.
I’d rather get another one out (not confirming that) with all the fixes in it. We’ll see…
— David Sirland (@tiggr_) September 11, 2018
Note that this is NOT a confirmation that a second Battlefield V beta will happen, but rather there is a possibility of it happening. So temper those expectations before anyone gets too excited, alright?
Also of note, the official DICE Twitter account announced that a Twitter takeover of the studio’s account will happen tomorrow, where Lead Multiplayer Designer for BFV, Valerian Noghin, will answer fan questions.
Valerian is the Lead Multiplayer Designer on BFV, and has been with DICE for 13 years. He primarily works with maps and game modes, and is also involved with core gameplay, teamplay and UI. He’ll be showing you some cool behind the scenes stuff from PvP. We can’t wait! 3/3 pic.twitter.com/fEYT76hzUG
— DICE (@EA_DICE) September 11, 2018
Make sure to keep an eye out when this Q&A is live by following the official DICE Twitter. Get those questions ready but don’t be surprised if there’s a few questions the studio can’t answer directly.
In other Battlefield V news, it’s been confirmed that custom servers won’t be ready at launch. DICE has also confirmed that enemy visibility will be looked upon, and spawn protection will be going away.
Keep an eye out on our Battlefield V hub page for the latest Battlefield news.