This week is a major one for the Battlefield franchise as the Battlefield open beta will roll out by the end of the week on PS4, Xbox One, And PC. Ahead of its launch on September 6th, the Battlefield 5 Open Beta Pre-Load is now available on the before-mentioned platforms, and you can now install the client.
How to set up the Battlefield 5 Open Beta Pre-Load?
It is a very straightforward procedure. If you are a PS4 player, you can add the Battlefield Open Beta version in your download queue from here, while on Xbox One you can do it by accessing this link. Besides, for PC gamers, on Origin, you can visit Battlefield V’s store page and choose the “Try It First” option and then put the beta client in your library.
Also, there’s a considerable advantage of pre-ordering the beta version. Namely, every player who activated the Battlefield 5 Open Beta Pre-Load will get the open beta version on September 4th instead of September 6th.
What’s in the Battlefield 5 Open Beta?
Battlefield 5 Open Beta will include two maps, Rotterdam and Arctic Fjord, as well as the Conquest mode and the new Grand Operations mode. Besides, a series of new weapons, gadgets, and vehicles will be available in this version.
More important, this Open Beta will offer players a glimpse of how the new Tides Of War system works in Battlefield 5. This concept, which apparently is similar to the Seasons of Fortnite, gives gamers the opportunity to compete in challenges to earn new cosmetic gears with each chapter that starts.
Battlefield 5 Open Beta minimum specs
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10;
- Processor (AMD): AMD FX-6350;
- Processor (Intel): Core i5 6600K;
- Memory: 8GB RAM;
- Graphics card (AMD): AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB;
- Graphics card (NVIDIA): Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB;
- DirectX: 11.0 Compatible video card or equivalent;
- Online Connection Requirements: 512 KBPS or faster Internet connection;
- Hard-drive space: 50GB
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