Are you very excited about the premiere of Battlefield V? If you answered affirmatively we have good news: it is almost impossible that it will be delayed again. We say this because it has reached its Gold stage of development.
It was through a publication on Twitter as DICE reported the above. There it also took the opportunity to thank the community for the feedback they have received. In addition, it pointed out that the studio will reward them with a small gift: the emblem and helmet Oscar Mike to use in the game.
“Battlefield V has officially gone GOLD! There’s no long left on the road to launch but today was our original launch date. As a thank you to the community, we have a message from @ ogabrielson and a gift for all players in Battlefield V – the Oscar Mike emblem and helmet,” mentioned the company on Twitter.
But what does it mean that Battlefield V is already Gold? In short, it means that Battlefield V is ready to mass-produce and be sent to stores. That said, keep in mind that DICE is still working on this game by making content like Tides of War.
Battlefield V’s Battle Royale will be designed for 64 players. On the other hand, you should know that DICE worked hard to ensure that it is an authentic experience. To finish, we remind you that there will be an Xbox One X bundle that will include this title.
Battlefield V will release on November 20 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
🏆 #Battlefield V has officially gone GOLD! There's not long left on the road to launch but today was our original launch date. As a thank you to the community, we have a message from @ogabrielson and a gift for all players in Battlefield V — the Oscar Mike emblem and helmet. https://t.co/DlX3EBsNi4
— #Battlefield V (@Battlefield) October 19, 2018
Today we were going to launch #BattlefieldV, but as you know we pushed the release a month to get extra time for polish and act on all the feedback you’ve given us. You've been super patient with us and as a token of our appreciation, our team built a small gift. Check it out! pic.twitter.com/q1kyUtXh6c
— Oskar Gabrielson (@ogabrielson) October 19, 2018