Battlefield 1 Devs Want You To Prepare For Huge February Update

Battlefield 1 proved to be a massive hit, becoming one of the best first-person shooter games of recent memory. It quickly gained a huge following, surpassing that of the current fps titles. Regardless, one can't deny that it still needs more updates and/or improvements. Well, fortunately, this is what developer EA DICE has in mind. The studio is preparing for a major update next month, thus players might want to ready themselves.

According to The Country Caller, the developers are looking to release a massive Battlefield 1 update sometime in February of this year. As of this writing, the details of it remains a mystery. Nevertheless, the studio described what the next update is all about in a blog post titled "The Road Ahead for Battlefield 1."

In the aforementioned Battlefield 1 post, the update is expected to introduce new gameplay fixes and/or improvements. As of now, this is currently being tested by the developers. Despite not giving an exact timeline, the company revealed that "more details and full update notes" are to be expected sooner or later.

There are speculations that the forthcoming Battlefield 1 update will introduce brand new modes and/or features. That EA DICE plans to up the game's ante, making it more consistent than ever. This is most especially that the scheduled DLCs are on their way.

It's also worth noting that a new game feature has arrived to Battlefield 1. It's called Bleed Out, a simple custom version of the game mode called Rush. The latter is where enemies tend to respawn a lot faster than usual while the regenerative health is disabled. These two modes are certainly keeping the game afloat, as more and more players are jumping onboard.

What are your thoughts on the big February update for Battlefield 1? What are your expectations? How's the experience so far with the new game mode called Bleed Out? Be sure to share us what you're thinking at the comment section below!

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