With people being outraged in finding out that the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 servers were at a tick rate of just 20hz even though the beta was at 60hz, some might be wondering what it’s closest rival, Battlefield V, will run at at launch. Well, there’s (semi) good news regarding the Battlefield V server tick rates.
Over on Twitter, DICE Multiplayer Producer David Sirland confirmed that the Battlefield V serer tick rates will be at 30hz on consoles (PS4, Xbox One), and 60hz on PC, but the studio will invest in improving it.
We will start out with the same settings at BF1. 30hz on console, 60hz on PC. But that's a start, and we'll invest in improving that too.
— David Sirland (@tiggr_) October 23, 2018
This is good news, right? At least DICE has already mentioned what it is, and hopefully, no bait and switch will be made at launch. It’s also good that the studio has plans to improve it too.
Are you OK with the Battlefield V server tick rates? How long do you think it will take before DICE improves it upon release?
In other Battlefield V news, DICE will talk about Tides of War info all throughout this week! There’s also going to be an update regarding the “progression system and economy” of Battlefield V.