Battlefield V To Be Back On Track; DICE GM Apologizes To Players

DICE Studio general manager Oskar Gabrielson recently took to a social media platform to apologize to the Battlefield V players for recent disappointment with a new promise.

Battlefield V disappointing experience soon to be fixed

Gabrielson took to Twitter to apologize to the fans of the game after DICE announced the cancellation of the 5 vs. 5 competitive mode. He did say that the efforts of the studio did for Star Wars Battlefront II will be reflected in other games as well including this.

Here’s Gabrielson’s statement:

BF community – I know you are frustrated and disappointed with the experience across Chapter 4 for Battlefield V. I’m really sorry. We’re taking a step back to improve the quality of BFV, and as a result, making needed changes to our roadmap. Ryan covered some of this last week. We’re shifting out some content from Chapter 4, and we’re stepping back from our 5v5 mode, to focus the team on our core Battlefield experience. This was not an easy decision, but the right one to get the game to quality.

I hope the work we’ve put into Battlefront II is a testament to our long-term commitment to our games and our communities. We’ll get Battlefield V back on track and make it the awesome game you all deserve. We’ll provide updates along the way. Thank you for hanging in there.

The full game is already available on PlayStation 4.