Giving something like regular community updates and engagement a name like Operation Sunrise might sound a little weird, but in doing so the Battlefield V team is looking to actively involve its players in all upcoming updates to the game. With the first post as part of the renewed effort, acknowledging the game's somewhat rocky launch.
"Now the launch of BFV did not go as smoothly as we had hoped," begins the post
. "You were missing experiences you expected, some areas of the game were not what you anticipated from us, and our day to day transparency from Reveal to Today was inconsistent and could have been better."
Adding, "We have been working hard over the last few months to fix the issues you are seeing and to add the experiences on offer. We want to move forward and kick off, towards an ever-changing live service."
As part of Operation Sunrise the main focuses will be regular community broadcasts, and communication that will actively showcase what's being worked on and the reasoning behind any potential tweaks or changes. Plus, "When we make mistakes, or something goes wrong. We will talk about it."
And more detailed roadmaps and monthly community surveys. As Battlefield V represents the first game in the series in recent years that hasn't been released alongside a Season Pass, the new live service model is one that will hopefully improve over time. In terms of new content, the planned Battle Royale Firestorm mode is still on track for release this month.