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Battlefield V Open Beta launches on September 4th



Electronic Arts announced that Open Beta for Battlefield V will begin on September 4th for fans of early access and September 6th for everyone else.

The company made the announcement at the Nvidia Pre-Gamescom event in Cologne, where Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang demonstrated a demo of how Battlefield V would look with Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 2000 graphics card.

Last week, EAs DICE studio released a new trailer for Battlefield V before the Gamescom and featured a new battle Royale mode in-game, which debuted on October 19 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

The open beta will show the Rotterdam map in Conquest mode as well as the Arctic Fjord map at both Conquest and Grand Operations. The map of Rotterdam, which was uncovered just last week, will immerse players in a battle fought in the streets of Holland, where the dynamic physicality and destruction of the game will be fully realized

[19659002] New to the Battlefield franchise, Grand Operations (the Battle Royale mode) is a multiplayer experience across multiple maps and modes, guiding players through a narrative journey inspired by historical events. EA will be showing a preview of the mode for the Gamescom participants this week.

Dice also showed Battlefield V, running on Nvidia's new RTX technology, with a demo that showed what the reflections on a shiny car would look like when an explosion breaks out nearby] "For us as a studio it was It's always important to stay one step ahead of the game when it comes to increasing graphical fidelity in games, "said Christian Holmquist, technical director at Dice, in a statement. "With this new NVIDIA RTX platform, more detail than ever before can be seen on the battlefield, from the detection of a lightning flash reflected by a car to the detailed reflection of a ravaged facade in a splash of water on the floor in the environment will feel more alive and real and the war will never look like this anymore. "


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