Battlefield V’s v4.4 Update: New Maps and Ranking System Revealed


EA Dice came out with a  5v5 competitive mode in Battlefield V earlier in 2019, but the combat mode has been canceled, and that’s what you should be worried about now. They are focusing more on their content creation and bug fixing, and they have also revealed their new content that you will be able to see in the upcoming v4.4 and v4.6 updates. That update will possibly hit the market within the next couple of months, and the update will contain improvement of the game stability and fixes of stuttering issues and more.

In a Letters From The Front post official EA blog, the Senior Producer of  Battlefield V, Ryan McArthur stated that the cancellation of the game’s highly anticipated 5v5 mode was not that easy, but it was a good idea since it can effectively resolve bugs and will help in new content creation. “This change in focus allows us to better deliver on our promise of new content that we know our players will love, as well as providing new ways to enjoy some of our more intense existing modes,” he wrote on the EA blog.

And as about the new content of the game, he also mentioned that the v4.4 update would bring out two new maps along with an increase in the maximum rank which players can achieve by proving their performance. Moreover, the issues with synchronization, game stability enhancements, and polished UI communication around damages will be solved with the new update. And also, with the latest update, you can go beyond 50 rankings in the Battlefield V, and for that, you have to earn XP. The new update can also improve the experience in AI Sudan, which you can play in Squad Conquest and Team Deathmatch without any graphical glitches.

Mark Farthing
Mark was born in Portland and has lived there for most of his life, except for three years of college in New York. He has a degree in International Business and works as an account manager for a well-renowned tech firm in Portland. He's always had a knack for writing and has published several guest articles in magazines, so putting his passion for writing and technology came pretty easy to him. He is very close to his family and when he's not working, they spend their weekends either travelling or spending time together at home.


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