Battlefield V Day One Patch Notes are 135 Pages Long

That’s a Long Apology

Now that November is here, Battlefield V is on the horizon. On the road to release, the folks over at DICE have been busy. Very busy. After the game went gold, as they announced on the initial day of release, the devs poured a bit of extra labor, love, and content into the game. As a result, the full changelog will be135 pages long.

To be exact, the patch notes for Battlefield V contains 23,000 words explaining changes to the game. It’s massive, so massive that multiplayer producer David Sirland said the content couldn’t be covered in a video. As proof of the word count, he posted a screenshot over on Twitter.

Before the game’s delay, the Battlefield V beta churned out a number of complaints from testers. Many were unhappy about quality-of-life features that had been removed from Battlefield 1. Others were unhappy about the graphics, which seemed lackluster for a sequel. Finally, the microtransactions and the smaller weapon variety triggered quite a few long-time fans. Hopefully, we may see these complaints addressed somewhere in those 135 pages of changes. We’ll know when the patch notes release tomorrow, November 8th.

Battlefield V will launch for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on November 15, 2018. Stay tuned for our in-depth review.

SOURCE: Gearnuke