Popular World War 2 shooter Battlefield V has had its long-anticipated 5v5 mode canceled, as the game’s developer EA Dice said that they’ve instead decided to work on other bugs that have been hampering the game.
Battlefield V launched last year with a campaign and some limited multiplayer modes but has since expanded to offer a Battle Royale mode as well as other modes that probably should have been included in the first place. At the same time, there have been a lot of bugs that have kept the buzz on the game down, especially when compared to competition like Call of Duty, which has been getting lots of player attention.
Now, it appears that EA Dice is instead working on fixing these issues, rather than working to expand the game. This could be a potential sign that resources are being pulled to work on other software, or it could be a move to just try and stabilize the game for existing players.
In the world of eSports, it’s unlikely that Battlefield V will get any new buzz from the updates, and at this time we’re probably at the point where we won’t see many major competitions featuring the game.
Still, it has to be said that the gameplay in Battlefield V is pretty solid, and there is a lot of fun to be had in the different modes. You can use our custom controllers to get an edge in the game, as you can have longer sticks, shift paddles, and more built in to give you an edge.
No word on the next entry into the franchise is available yet, but we’re interested to see what the future of this franchise will hold going forward.