Battlefield V has received numerous patches over the span of its release, most of which were well-regarded by new players and veterans alike. One such change that wasn't as appreciated was the adjustment to TTK (time to kill) in the game. The initial change lasted two full weeks before complaints arose from players, and now DICE has revealed that this decision has been revoked completely, as the previous system comes back into play.
This means that, with the announcement of the returning system, both the Conquest Core and the upcoming Core playlists will not appear in the game. When elaborating on the previous choice, DICE explained their interest in pleasing both sides of the growing community:
Our intent with the TTK changes was to see if we could evolve the Battlefield V experience and make it more enjoyable for new players, whilst also making sure the Battlefield vets have a choice with a more “core” experience suiting their preferred play-style. Clearly we didn’t get it right. Veteran players didn’t ask for the change, but as game developers, we took it upon ourselves to make those changes based on extensive data and deliberation. It truthfully wasn’t an easy decision for us.In addition to the TTK alterations, the Week Three mission of Chapter 1: Overture will arrive on Thursday, December 20th. This will also mark the last day to complete the previous mission for Week Two and collect the corresponding rewards. The TTK changes are currently live.
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