Battlefield V Leaked Gun Skin List Found in Closed Alpha Files

Leaks continue to raise nowadays as we have one more situation in which Battlefield V is involved. Namely, all of the gun skins have been already included in the Closed Alpha files for which it allowed data miners to go deeper and explore new findings in BF V.

Now that the Closed Alpha Invitation Only event is over, we’re sure that there are going to be more surprises to follow, as data miners wouldn’t miss the chance to investigate further on what else is coming to BF V that was not available to participants during the Closed Alpha phase.

Going under the alias of ActualSlypear, a guy who tends to deploy his data mining skills now and then has found extravaganza news in some of the Battlefield V’s closed Alpha files. He has managed to compile a whole list of skins that were already included, but unavailable to use during the event.

The list is as follows:

  • Captured
  • Chromed
  • Custom Desert
  • Custom Winter
  • Custom Woodland
  • Default
  • Engraved Gold
  • Factory New
  • Inactive
  • Night Operation
  • Pattern Desert
  • Pattern Winter
  • PatternWoodland
  • Sprayed Brown
  • Sprayed Green
  • Sprayed White
  • Texture
  • Two-Tone Bluing
  • Urban Tactical

Knowing that we’re getting closer to its release date, these kind of news are pleasant to hear as it may also reveal the developer’s attention of intentionally leaving these skins in the alpha files. Battlefield V is coming on October 19 on all dedicated platforms, and during the next playable period, we’re looking forward to seeing any other data miners¬†surprising us with pleasant info such as this one.

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