EA has given us the system requirements for Battlefield V, and the good news is: If you have a PC that's good enough to play Battlefield 1, then you're ready for the new game because the specification required is the same.
And what kind of specification would that be? On the front of the processor you need an Intel Core i5 6600K or better or an AMD FX-6350. This must be combined with a graphics card that is at least as powerful as a GeForce GTX 660 (2GB) or Radeon HD 7850 (2GB).
You also need 8 GB of System RAM and the 64-bit version of Windows 7, 8.1, or 10. Even the required disk space remains the same as the specifications of EA in the Origin Store, namely 50 GB.
And EA specifies an Internet connection of at least 51
We only have half Year to wait for Battlefield V, as it will be released in October – to be exact October 19, although early access players will be able to enjoy the game from October 11.
This time it's World War II and single-player missions and the usual big multiplayer chaos (and a new four-game game) will take place somewhere in between.)
We also had the revelation of EA, that Battl Efield V apparently will not have any loot boxes, with a player who can unlock all items through the gameplay (at least the important, non-cosmetic stuff).
This is not surprising given the whole Star Wars: Battlefront debacle, which has not only been hostile to players, but also to politicians who blame Loot boxes for gambling.
For more details on Battlefield V, see our game with five important things you need to know about the game skinny in this new co-op mode.
Via PC Gamer