Battlefield 5 Console Option Menu: What Battlefield 5 Settings Can be Changed?

Battlefield 5‘s open beta begins on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on Thursday, September 6, and it is already available to download now. The latest game in EA’s war franchise promises to offer more of the same in terms of gameplay, but console players now have Battlefield 5 console option menu changes that they can make, too. The “Options” tab on the open beta’s main menu allows gamers to adjust a myriad of settings to help them play their own way. What do these changes encompass, and how can they affect how you will play Battlefield 5?

Battlefield 5 Console Option Menu Changes: What Controls Can You Tweak?

PC players have become accustomed to making option changes for a long time, but this is a new mechanic for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users with Battlefield 5. The Battlefield 5 console option menu changes are numerous, and offer a unique way of customizing your controls to allow you to play however you see fit.

Battlefield V console option  menu changes include being able to toggle the controller vibration on or off, inverting the game controls and altering which gamepad buttons do what. Additionally, the sensitivity of movement, vehicle steering, and zoom can all changed from zero to 100 for those who want to play in a more professional manner.  Sliders are present in the Battlefield V console option menu to increase the zoom-in weapon feature from 1x up to 10x zoom, and there is a sensitivity slider for tanks and turrets that can be changed too.

Battlefield 5 Console Option Menu Changes: What Gameplay Changes Can be Made?

Battlefield 5 players have the choice to toggle the HUD on or off to give them a more immersive experience. This option is also available for the “kill log”, which shows how many people you’ve killed, with what weapon or both at the same time. Finally, there’s the option to turn off how much data EA can accrue from your account by turning off the “Share Usage Data” slider. Turning this off, however, could result “in loss of functionality”, but there’s no indication by how much in Battlefield 5′s console option menu.