Battlefield V's 5v5 Competitive Mode Cancelled

Battlefield 5's Competitive 5v5 Mode Has Been Cancelled

Battlefield 5's Competitive 5v5 Mode Has Been Cancelled

Intent on augmenting the multiplayer experience, the developer has added battle royale and limited time modes, with a 5v5 option in the pipeline for sometime now. In a note posted yesterday, the game's senior producer Ryan McArthur said that this mode has been cancelled.

Battlefield, as a series, has had a competitive scene for years now.

According to McArthur, the team at DICE will instead focus on improving quality and adding more content to the game.

Our next game update, 4.4, contains fixes for stuttering issues, desyncs seen on hitboxes, as well as some tweaks to the Commorose. "We're fully committed to expanding and improving our core multiplayer experience".

It will also include two new infantry maps and raise Battlefield V's maximum rank from 50 to 500.

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The Al Sundan map, which is now only available in Squad Conquest and Team Deathmatch, will inevitably be made available in large-scale modes like Conquest.

Finally, DICE mention that they're making a push to be more transparent with the Battlefield V playerbase, with updates promised on a more frequent basis going forward.

"However, we will still pursue building a competitive gaming experience in Battlefield". We want to work more closely with our players to help improve the tools that they have available to shape their play experience. Among the features confirmed for this DLC is the Operation Underground map which will be playable in several modes including Team Deathmatch, Conquest, Squad Conquest, and Breakthrough. Battlefield Community Managers Adam Freeman and Jeff Braddock will give updates far more frequently; daily and weekly.

With the recent launch of the latest content for Battlefield V, Chapter 4: Defying the Odds, it's only fair that the new maps, in-game rewards and game fixes are outlined in some type of patch note, right? Additionally, life has become more hard for those in the competitive scene because DICE has not made private servers available for players to rent.

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