Our next update to Battlefield V delivers even more fixes, changes and improvements as our War in the Pacific continues – arriving on Wake Island later this month. We’re also pleased to confirm that Community Games will launch as part of Update 5.2. This feature launches later this month, where you’ll be able to create your own playlist of your favorite maps and modes, invite your friends and play Battlefield V your way.
Below, we’ve detailed all of the changes that we’re making with this update, including insight on the new damage values affecting gunplay at long ranges. We’ve performed a large rebalance across the majority of weapons, ensuring that there’s now a better variety of options to help suit different styles of gameplay for each class.
On behalf of the teams at EA DICE, we want to thank everyone for their support across 2019 and the thousands of hours of feedback that you’ve shared with us. We’re grateful for your support and look forward to seeing you on the Battlefield in the New Year.
Freeman // PartWelsh — Battlefield Community Manager
In our 4.6 update, we’re delivering fixes and improvements across the Battlefield experience, alongside big changes to the icons we use to help players gain awareness of nearby Health/Ammo/Repair opportunities, further changes to Prone Gameplay as advertised last month, and more balance changes for weapons – including a specific focus on Pistols.
We’re also pleased to say that Al Sundan will be made available on Conquest and Breakthrough shortly after the release of this update, and that with this patch we’re delivering the base files for Operation Underground in preparation for its launch in October.
This update also rectifies the display issues related to latency, fixes the issues with loot in Firestorm, and improves the responsiveness of Revives across both Battlefield V Multiplayer, and Firestorm.
Our full update notes are below – see you on the Battlefield.