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Soon everyone can test "Battlefield V" - open beta in September

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EA and Dice open up.

Lucky players have already checked out the closed test of the forthcoming "Battlefield V", but if not too long, Electronic Arts and Dice will open the gaps on a wide gap.

EA and Dice open up.

Lucky players have already checked out the closed test of the forthcoming "Battlefield V", but if not too long, Electronic Arts and Dice will open the gaps on a wide gap.

Beta in September
September 6th is the date when the open beta for the next chapter of the popular shooter becomes available to anyone who wants to play it. If they have an Xbox One, PC or PlayStation 4 available. September 3, you can start downloading the game so you prepare ready three days later.

The announcement took place during yesterday's frantic Nvidia show where the new RTX 20 Series saw the light.

The beta will contain the maps Rotterdam and Arctic Fjord set to Narvik and the Conquest and Grand Operations game modes. The "Battle Royale" mode is still not available for beta testers.

Do you plan to test the open beta of "Battlefield V"?

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