Developer DICE revealed more information about “Battlefield V’s” numerous customization options during a special Gamescom 2018 edition of Inside Xbox on Tuesday.
Soldiers can be customized “from top to bottom,” DICE said. Weapons are also highly customizable. Not only can players tweak how they look and fire, they can unlock tactical choices that affect how weapons and vehicles perform. They can also take on special assignments to progress their company and earn new gear.
Once “Battlefield V” comes out on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on Oct. 19, DICE said it will add additional content via a post-launch experience called Tides of War.
“Battlefield V’s” open beta starts next month, DICE announced on Monday. People who pre-order the game or members of Origin Access Premier, Origin Access Basic, or EA Access can get early access to the beta on Sept. 4. Everyone else can start playing on Sept. 6.