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The subject of this article, Crash Landing, has been cut from the final version of a Battlefield game.
A Crash Landing is a landing by an aircraft made under factors outside the pilot's control, caused by engine or mechanical failure or other conditions that make continued flying impossible. As such as landing is unplanned, it may take place on non-runway surfaces such as fields or on water, referred to in the latter case as Ditching. A pilot may conduct a crash landing in the event it has sustained critical damage but bailing out is not possible or more dangerous, or in an effort to save the aircraft and crew from complete destruction.
Crash Landings were a featured planned for introduction in Battlefield V. The mechanic would allow Pilots of critically damaged aircraft to survive otherwise fatal engagements by guiding their plane to ground, although their plane would be effectively destroyed in the process. Terrain deformation upon crashing, as well as unique animations for disembarking crew, would accompany the feature.
An example of a crash landing could be seen in the Battlefield 5 Official Reveal Trailer, although it was later announced the feature would not be present at launch. With no official update since, it is presumed the feature is cut.