The Early Access phase of the Battlefield V open beta has rolled out, allowing EA Access, Origin Access, and Origin Access Premier subscribers, or those who’ve pre-ordered Battlefield V, to get in and play the beta early. The rest of us will have to wait until Thursday, September 6th, but Battlefield V will be playable all the way through until September 11th.

In the meantime, the PC graphics settings options for Battlefield 5 have emerged. This is each and every setting that can be tweaked for optimal performance in DICE’s 64-player online shooter, covering pretty much of all the bases we’ve come to expect from a Battlefield title. This includes DirectX 12 support, UI upscaling, overall graphics quality, lighting effects, ambient occlusion, frame rate limiting, and three separate toggles for FOV - general FOV, third-person vehicle FOV, and aim-down-sights FOV.

The graphics settings for Battlefield V are incredibly similar to Battlefield 1, it’s a similar looking game in general, and DICE tends to do a great at offering a deep set of options in order to finetune visuals and performance.


Battlefield V Video Options

  • Fullscreen Mode
  • Fullscreen Device
  • Fullscreen Resolution
  • Brightness
  • Field of view
  • Vehicle 3P Field of View
  • ADS Field of view
  • Motion Blur
  • Weapon DOF
  • Chromatic Aberration
  • Film Grain
  • Vignette
  • Lens Distortion
  • Custom Color Settings
  • DX12 Enabled
  • Resolution Scale
  • UI Scale Factor
  • Framerate Limiter
  • UI Upscaling
  • Future Frame Rendering

Battlefield V Graphics Settings

  • GPU Memory Restriction
  • Graphics Quality
  • Vertical Sync
  • Texture quality
  • Texture Filtering
  • Lighting Quality
  • Effects Quality
  • Post Process Quality
  • Mesh Quality
  • Terrain Quality
  • Undergrowth Quality
  • Antialiasing Post-Processing
  • Ambient Occlusion

Battlefield V Audio Options

  • Master Volume
  • Music Volume
  • Output Configuration
  • Sound Preset
  • In-Game Announcer
  • Announcer Voice
  • VOIP
  • VOIP Volume
  • Game Volume Reduction
  • Subtitles

The Battlefield V open beta is available to pre-load right now, with the doors opening for everyone to begin playing on September 6, 1am PT (10 am CET). DICE also recently tweaked the PC system requirements for Battlefield V, so do be sure to check those out.

Battlefield V is out on November 20th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, following a one-month delay.