Previously, the developer DICE wish to give Battlefield 5 develop in the direction of eSports, that is why this company plans to add more modes 5vs5 for the game in addition to the traditional gameplay. But unlike the initial expectations, when the 5vs5 mode appeared in the beta, it had to receive mixed opinions from gamers. After weighing the pros and cons, DICE decided to cancel this mode, the information above was shared by the game’s senior producer, Ryan McArthur.
Ryan McArthur said, DICE’s development team will abandon the 5vs5 mode and will instead focus on
in improving quality, adding more content as well as solving many outstanding problems:
Ryan also mentioned what’s included in next week’s 4.4 update, which includes bug fixes like ‘stammering, hitboxing, and some Commo Rose tweaks’. In addition, the developer will also add two new fast-paced maps, Provence and Lofoten Islands and AI Sundan, and the subway map will also return to the game in October.
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