Whether or not you’re upset at Battlefield V’s controversial inclusion of prosthetic limbs, DICE’s new FPS is fast-approaching. And while the full game officially launches in October, you’ll get to your hands on the game even sooner thanks to an open beta going live in a few short weeks.
EA announced Monday evening that the Battlefield V’s beta will go live on September 4th for members of EA’s Early Access program, and September 6th for everyone else. However, both members and non-members can pre-load the beta on September 3rd to avoid the server rush of the following days.
The beta will include both an online 64-player conquest mode and a five-part chapter of the single-player Tides of War story campaign. As Battlefield’s official site puts it: “Each chapter of Tides of War is designed to focus on an aspect of the era, with unique gameplay experiences to drive players forward.”
Whether you want to go it alone or battle it out with 63 other war-heroes, be sure to pre-load the Battlefield V beta on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 3rd.