The Battlefield 5 open beta is nearly here, or if you have pre-ordered the game then I guess it could be technically already here for you by the time you read this. Anyway, some pretty interesting news about the Battlefield 5 open beta has been revealed.
First of all, PlayStation 4 owners can pre-download the open beta right now. The size of the download is 14.8 GB which in all honesty is not that bad and actually less than I thought it would be. Which is good news for Mortal Kombat XL on my PS4 as that was going to be the game that got the chop. The Battlefield 5 open beta starts on the 6th of September, but for you folks who pre-ordered it, you can experience it from the 4th.
Another interesting piece of Battlefield 5 beta news comes from the PC version of the beta. On Twitter, it was revealed that the PC version of the Battlefield 5 beta is going to have a profanity filter. I will be honest I am not entirely sure exactly how this is going to work and why it is a PC only thing. From what people are saying, you are going to be able to mute certain players and not the whole chat. This is good if you find yourself having a good game with good people, but then having to deal with one person being a total jerk.
Battlefield 5 looks like it is going to be awesome and there is not another first person shooter that looks to be as stacked with content this holiday season as it. I for one am very excited to get to spend a little bit of time with Battlefield 5.