Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer Talks About Bullet penetration, Land Vehicles And More



Battlefield 5’s launch is almost upon us, less than two months away now, and today we have learned about what to expect over the closed beta and the latest public builds. David Sirland, who’s the multiplayer producer on the game, recently took to Twitter to answer a bunch of fan questions, and a lot of interesting details came out of his responses.

Sirland talked about some land vehicles changes that will be included in the open beta. When asked about the coolest thing in Battlefield 5 that fans may not know about, Sirland brought up “game changing changes to land vehicles”, which he described as having “massive depth”. He also stated that these changes would have interesting implications " from a balacing perespective".

Additionaly Sirland explained some things about bullet penetration. "bullet penetration is in the build. It's not setup everywhere correctly yet (there are some known minor issues in open beta too). DICE will be looking into feedback they receive from it to improve that particular aspect of the game for the final build.

It's also been confirmed by Sirland that some issues found in the Gamescom 2018 build are already fixed for the open beta. Match length is also something the open Beta will focus on. Sirland was also asked about things such as crash landings and being able to drag downed teammates out of gunfire, and whether or not such things might be implemented in the game down the line. Sirland said that those are things DICE are looking into and might even end up in the game post-launch, which is something they’ll be giving out more info on “soon”.



Battlefield 5 launches on October 19 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, while is open beta kicks off on September 4.




Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer Talks About Bullet penetration, Land Vehicles And More Battlefield V Multiplayer Producer Talks About Bullet penetration, Land Vehicles And More Reviewed by / on août 29, 2018 Rating: 5

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