We are all in expectations for the new Battlefield 5 Open Beta phase which will give us the opportunity to experience the enhanced World War 2 title created by DICE for the first time. Those who missed the chance to fulfill their duty during the closed alpha event will finally get a chance to hop on the train to discovery.
However, this Open Beta phase of Battlefield 5 will not be available to the public at the same date. Those who have pre-ordered the game will have a two-day advantage over those who haven’t. The beginning of the Open Beta journey aligns at early September, more specifically on September 4 for those who have pre-ordered the game or are active EA Access Subscribers. While those who haven’t will have to wait until September 6. The same date applies for all of the platforms.
All of the players will be able to pre-load the game just a day before, which is September 3, making them ready to experience the historical perspective of Battlefield 5. The Open Beta phase will allow the fans to experience the new Rotterdam map for the Conquest mode, including the Arctic Fjord map, both missing throughout the Alpha.
If you’ve already forgotten, EA DICE has published a new Gamescom video trailer unveiling the first sights of Rotterdam. You can watch the trailer below:
Nvidia has also partnered with EA DICE in their enhancement of the RTX Technology, for which during the Nvidia presentation EA DICE’s representatives have taken part in discovering the first looks of the Ray Tracing technology in Battlefield 5. While most of us think that this new technology will lack usage due to performance, we’re eager to see what exactly is going to happen.