On March 25th, EA and DICE will unleash FirestormBattlefieldTM V's much-anticipated 64-player battle royale mode. It takes place on the Battlefield franchise’s largest ever map, which is 10 times larger than Battlefield V’s Hamada.  The new map features full-building destruction, tanks, helicopters and other vehicles, and devastating V-1 rocket strikes. Plus, a whole lot more that you can learn about on EA’s Battlefield V website.

With an ultra-large, 64-player map, players will need to properly equip their systems to ensure a responsive, consistent framerate, which is crucial for your kill/death ratio in battle royale games.

Working with EA, we’ve crafted a spec for GeForce RTX PCs that meet the needs of competitive Battlefield V players, who demand rock-solid performance, and play with high refresh rate monitors, giving them an edge in each match.

Battlefield V Competitive System Requirements

  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070
  • CPU (Intel): Intel Core i7-8700, or equivalent
  • CPU (AMD): AMD Ryzen 7 2700, or equivalent
  • Memory: 16GB RAM
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or later

With this config, you’ll have fast, responsive framerates that could mean the difference between life and death.

Battlefield V: Competitive PC Specs Announced

To get Firestorm, simply load Origin and download the new Battlefield V update, and log in on March 25th when the fun begins.