It appears that the developers for Battlefield V are making some adjustments to the game based on user feedback from the beta. The series of tweets from Series Director Daniel Berlin has been making the rounds today as he addresses some of the concerns people left in regards to how the beta of the game played.
SOME things we are tweaking:
1. Max ammo capacity
2. Starting ammo per spawn
3. Amount of ammo dropped from killed enemy
4. Amount/location of resupply stations.
5. Spawn with or without health pouch
These are just a few things we are looking into. Will have more info soon :)
— Daniel Berlin (@Khoplin) September 8, 2018
Obviously, we won’t be able to see any of those changes in the game until Battlefield V is released on October 20th, but it’s nice to hear that they’re responding to user feedback about their game before the thing launches. Do keep in mind, however, its still being published by Electronic Arts, so we’ll see how the entire game washes out.
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