This week we pushed out some back-end updates in our ongoing efforts to improve your Battlefield V experience.
This is part of our ongoing Battlefield V Quality of Life initiative to continue improving the game, fixing bugs, and adding more to Battlefield V for our community, all part of our Live Service commitment.
The three items we’ve released this week are Equip All, Loadout Mirroring, and Challenge Assignments. Let’s dive in and get some details!
One of the big pieces of feedback we’ve received regarding customization is the way Battlefield V players customize their soldiers and weapons in their Company.
Previously, you’d have to select a skin for each part of the soldier and each part of the weapon. You’d select the skin, equip, back out, then select the next piece, repeat. To make this more efficient and improve the flow of customization for full sets, we’ve added the Equip All option.
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How does this work? Head into the soldier or weapon customization menu and select an item you want to customize with one of your unlocked skins. From there, you will see the Equip All option. Any part of the customization set you own in your Company will now be applied to your soldier or weapon. If you don’t own the full set, it won’t grant you items not in your Company, but will apply the customization of all owned items.
Loadout Mirroring helps make customizing each faction more efficient and quicker.
When you customize a weapon or soldier in one faction that isn’t faction specific, you will be able to mirror the loadout to the same class in the opposite faction. Please note: It will only mirror customization parts/skins that are owned and faction-agnostic. (You can’t put an Axis outfit on an Allied soldier, for example.)
Challenge Assignments will grant you drops of two or three Assignments when you reach certain criteria. The Assignments you get are randomly taken from certain "pools" of predefined assignments.
There are two general types of Challenge Assignments:
- Earn 20,000 XP – you will be granted two random assignments (1 from the "Class Challenge" pool and 1 from the "Gadget Challenge" pool)
- Earn 15,000 XP with a specific class – you will be granted three random assignments (1 from the "Class Challenge" pool, 1 from the "Gadget Challenge" pool and 1 from the "Weapon Challenge" pool)
Each time you meet the above criteria will you continue to get more challenges. This will stop if you have all challenges available but not completed. If you complete challenges you'll start receiving them again.
Here’s a list of the Challenges and Pools:
Challenge Assignments Requirements & Pools
For example: If you earn 15,000 XP while playing Assault, and 8,000 XP playing Medic, your Assignment screen will show that you have three new Assignments available to activate, because you earned enough Assault XP. You also earned over 20,000 XP in general so you will also get two additional assignments.
Hope you enjoy these three new features and we'll have more to come!
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