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Constant Collectible Goes On The Battlefield With BATTLEFIELD V BETA

Over the last week I have jumped into the BETA fro Battlefield V. Over the several days I ran into rubber banding, server drops and some little glitches.  I enjoyed the graphics and game play, but several of my POO squad felt that it needed more work for being in a BETA.

Below are some of my games.

 

 

Now the BEATA has ended and from what we know EA has had to delay the release of the game.  The original date would have been October 19, 2018, but has been pushed back a month to November 20, 2018.

Is this a good thing I say yes. Why push out a game that needs some more tweaks. It is not fair to the fans of the game to deal with constant issues and updates.  When you spend $60.00 on a game you expect it to be in working order.

Now im sure there are many of you that enjoy being able to customize your players and Dice is allowing you to do so, but they will be dialing it back some.  Some of Battlefield V’s character customization will be dialed back due to concerns from fans about historical authenticity. In a recent livestream, the game’s producer, Andrew Gulotta, suggested that the developer would be limiting some of the more ‘out-there’ cosmetic options. This is something I am glad about.  In one of the matches I found a tank that was Lime Green and Yellow. I am not sure any of the Axis or allied troops found these colors very helpful.

Did you get a chance to play the BETA? Let us know in the comment section below and let us know what you thought.

I have begun live streaming game play over on twitch and you can come check us out HERE. Soon we will begin a Discord group and much more.

In the meantime Let us know what you would enjoy seeing in our game section of the page in the comment section below.  Also, don’t forget to Like, Share and Subscribe to all things Constant Collectible so YOU can keep up to date with all the news and reviews from a world of GEEK CULTURE.

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I am the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Constant Collectible.

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