Despite a recent major update, Battlefield V's player visibility problem is still alive and well, and YouTuber Jackfrags has exposed just how difficult it is to detect other players when they don't want to be seen. The game's second free expansion, Chapter 2: Lighting Strikes, addressed some of the game's most egregious gameplay issues, but Battlefield V's hardcore approach to player visibility continues to provide a steady source of community frustration. Shortly after its November 2018 launch, Battlefield V has earned a reputation for its ability to incite considerable backlash within its player base. The most explosive reaction was sparked when developer DICE attempted to amend the game's intentionally low time-to-kill (TTK) to be more forgiving, much as it had been in previous franchise titles. After a period of intense outrage, DICE rolled the TTK change back to its launch state. Because of this and other incidents, such as the missteps taken with the game's Company Coins, Battlefield V has suffered some sizable hits to its player count, and the last thing DICE needs on its hands is more negative community sentiment in regard to the game's persistent struggle with player visibility. ADVERTISING Related: Battlefield V Has Problems: Here's A List of Its Issues Luckily, DICE can save themselves the time of looking deeper into the issue, as gaming YouTuber Jackfrags has conducted an experiment of his own in a recent video. Playing on public Battlefield V servers on a fresh account with nothing but each nations' default camouflage equipped, Jackfrags hides in various places on the game's two maps most guilty of hampering player's ability to see enemies, Devastation and Fjell 652. Though some of his hiding spots are more clever than others, the video mostly consists of his character lying prone more or less out in the open. Surprisingly, most of the time the tactic works quite fantastically, with Devastation's dark, rubble-strewn corridors and Fjell 652's jagged, snow-covered rocks allowing his character to vanish right before enemies' eyes, especially when lying on his back and staying still.