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DICE cancels Battlefield V competitive mode to focus on bug fixes



Battlefield is still bug crushing nine months after release

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Battlefield V developer DICE has unveiled plans for a competitive 5v5 mode in order to "achieve our bug crushing goals more quickly."

Since launching in November 2018, Battlefield V has been plagued with game-breaking issues such as spawn problems, infinite load screens, and invisible players.

While the game managed to sold 7.3 million units in Q4 last year, still missing EA's targets.

In an update from developer, senior producer Ryan McArthur said it was a "tough decision" and DICE remained "fully committed to expanding and improving our core multiplayer experience."

McArthur said DICE will continue to build competitive gaming experiences in Battlefield by supporting the existing competitive community, and working "more closely with our players to help improve the tools they have available."


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