Originally planned for the 19 October, Battlefield V has been delayed for just under five weeks. The latest shooter of Electronic Arts is now scheduled for the 20 November.

As mentioned by EA, the delay is due to feedback from thealpha closed, From 'E3 and from gamescom. The editor says he was satisfied with the response regarding the focus on team play and the new player's movement system. The players also expressed positive feedback on the new weapons management. Here is what the company said:

"You have spurred us to significantly improve the basic experience of the game, including adjusting the pace of play, improving visibility and reducing player friction. You will see many of these changes in our Open Beta that will begin the September 6. We believe we have one of the best Battlefield games that have ever been in our hands. A game that will offer an exciting journey through the return of the single player War Stories, a deep multiplayer experience, Battle Royale and Tides of War - a journey through several theaters of the Second World War and designed to keep our community together.

With the beta open next week, EA is getting ready to receive even more feedback, which is ultimately why its final version has been postponed.

We'll take the time to continue making some final adjustments to the basic gameplay and to make sure we keep the full potential of Tides of War. We know that moving the launch date means that we all have to wait a little longer. We'll take our time to make sure we make it better. Thank you for your continued passion and support. We can not wait to see you on the battlefield in a few days.