Battlefield V: Visual Customisation For Vehicles Comng After Launch, says DICE


The customisation of vehicles, tanks, and airplanes have been one of the hottest topics among the Battlefield community and they are very eager to get their hands on to it. DICE first gave a glimpse of these features in the Battlefield V reveal trailer and since then we have seen them in almost all marketing materials of the game. Today, we received yet another update from DICE on the customisation feature for Battlefield V and it’s not a good one: players won’t be able to access these feature at launch.

YES, you read it right, DICE via a lengthy blog post announced that the Tank and Airplace customisation in Battlefield V will be made available after launch. That’s it, this was the only wording we received from DICE on the availability of the customisation option.

Battlefield V: Tanks And Vehicles Customisation Won't Be Available At Launch

In a section called “Vehicles and Aircraft”, EA’s Battlefield writer Jeff Landa said: “These shots, and similar ones that appear throughout the trailer, are a quick display of the arsenal of customized vehicles and aircraft you can collect as part of The Company. Seen from the cockpit of an advancing tank or from the planes diving through fiery plumes of smoke, players can upgrade these vehicles and aircraft to fit their playstyle. Choose between greater firepower or improved durability. Coming after launch for vehicles is visual customization, too.”

You guys can read the lengthy blog post here. It also carries an information on the maps that will be available in Battlefield V at launch.

Battlefield V is scheduled to launch on October 19 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. According to the report from WSJ Analyst Cowens, the pre-order sales of Battlefield V is pretty weak as compared this year’s Call of Duty game, Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2, and the game might suffer the same fate as the Titanfall 2 (EA released Titanfall 2 between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and we all know how this situation impacted Titanfall 2 sales – it sold POORLY).