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The Future of Battlefield V

Senior Producer, Ryan McArthur gives us some pretty useless information about The Future of Battlefield V. Considering most of the community have now quit playing it, you would have though they would make more of an effort.

What’s Coming after Battlefield V Chapter 6
As you are aware, the current Battlefield V Chapter, Into the Jungle, wraps up on April 29. As we look to the future, we will release one more standalone update this summer that brings with it some new content, weapons, and game tweaks. We are targeting June for this update. We’re still tackling the challenges from working from home and will let you know how things progress for us over the next month.

Here’s a brief overview on what’s coming:
New Content: A new update will be released this summer.
Weekly Rewards: Following the summer update, you’ll receive Battlefield Currency or Company Coin as Weekly Rewards, giving you a chance to unlock gear you may have missed.
Events and Activities: We’re also planning various weekly initiatives such as the reintroduction of #FridayNightBattlefield servers, where the community can play Battlefield V in a friendly atmosphere. Throwback Thursdays, where we’ll look to bring you together across all of our Battlefield titles are in the works, too.
We are continuing our work on Community Games Updates. We are committed to bringing these to the game and we’ll keep you updated on when you can expect them to start coming online.

As the battles rage on for you and your squad mates, old and new, we’ll continue to PTFO with you for a long time.

Continued Work with Anti-cheat
Our work against cheating in Battlefield V will continue, too. The members of our anti-cheat team are working daily towards making the battlefield experience as free of foul play as possible. Discussing technical detail into our methods may unfortunately make cheating worse, but we want you to know that we’re constantly fighting the battle.

As a reminder, there are steps you can take to help us keep the fight fair. You can report suspected cheaters through the Origin overlay if you’re playing on PC, or through your respective consoles if you’re playing on Xbox One or PlayStation® 4. This walkthrough on the Battlefield™ Forums will show you how.

Also, protect your EA Account so it won’t be compromised and used by cheaters. Here’s how it’s done.


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