Battlefield V, the shooter for World War II, will be released on November 20th. In just a few weeks, developer EA Dice has announced the Battlefield V preload details for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Based on your platform, you can now start playing Battlefield V. The game has several levels of release data that vary by edition and platform. In particular, Dice has revealed the full preload details for all platforms and the various editions of the game. The developer also introduced the main Battlefield download game and the first day update sizes.
According to the details shared by EA Dice on Reddit, the time and date of the PS4 submission for the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition in Asia is 16:00 UTC (12:30 PM IST) on November 12, and for the Battlefield V Standard Edition is 16:00 UTC: 30pm IST) on 17 November. However, in Japan, pre-charge times are one hour earlier on the same days. In the US, the time and date for the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition is 5:00 UTC on 8 November (10:30 am IST) and for Standard Edition 5 November UTC (13:30 pm IST). In Europe, the time and date for the Deluxe Edition on November 13 is 12:00 UTC (5:30 am IST) and for Standard Edition, November 18 is 12:00 UTC (5:30 pm IST).
Meanwhile, the pre-charge date and time for PC (all Battlefield V versions) is 7:00 UTC on November 7 (6:30 AM IST). Preparations for all versions of Battlefield V have been available on Xbox One since 8pm UTC (1:30 pm IST), October 19. EA has also announced the download of the first Battlefield V main game and the first day update sizes. It is 44 GB for PC, 39.9 GB for Xbox One and 43 GB for PlayStation 4.
In an EA Answers HQ post, the company also revealed the various release data from Battlefield V, depending on early accessibility on platforms. With Origin Access Premier, you can play the full game on PCs starting November 9th. However, Origin Access Basic gives you only a 10-hour trial. With EA Access on Xbox One, you can only play the 10-hour trial. If you have the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition, you can access PC, Xbox One, and PS4 from November 15th. If you have the Battlefield V Standard Edition, you will also get access to PC, Xbox One and PS4 20 from November
As a reminder, Dice recently announced the full minimum and recommended PC specifications. It will be interesting to see what Battlefield V builds especially after a choppy Gamescom 2018.