Server Problems? You Can Now Rent Battlefield 1 Fall Private Servers

Battlefield 1 Fall reportedly gets new updates. The patch is said to come with changes to the Suez Conquest map and in the Operations mode. The update will also roll out with a new tab to rent servers.

The patch notes of the recent Battlefield 1 Fall update notes changes including an increase in the effectiveness of an attacking team in Operations game mode by increasing overall tickets in Operations and Grand Operations. In addition, the patch will also rebalance the Suez Conquest map with flags in the village. Minimum tickets regained in grand operations are also increased from 30 to 50.

General changes and bug fixes are also noted to come with the Battlefield 1 Fall update. For instance, prone soldiers will no longer be pushed by other soldiers. Weapons, maps, UI and gadgets are also said to feature changes. LMGs will now be more viable as a mid-range weapon.

It should be noted that Battlefield 1 Fall servers will now be rentable via the Rentable Server Program tab. Renting a server is said to cost $150 for a six month period. This is said to allow gamers to create customized games with control to different gameplay options to the map rotations. Additionally, public and private servers may be created.

Meanwhile, Battlefield 1 Fall server connectivity issues are said to have resurfaced. Apparently, EA servers have reportedly gone down on the PS4 console. Moreover, character data have reportedly been reset in the multiplayer mode.

Battlefield 1 Fall is reportedly not the only game affected by the EA server issues. Apparently, FIFA 17 is also being hit by such issues. It is said that the new outage affected those on FIFA 17 servers that took part in the FUT Champions event. EA has reportedly been made aware of the connectivity issues with its server and has noted that the issues are already under investigation. Watch: Battlefield 1 Fall Patch - Rent A Server, Mortar Nerf & More!

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