Battlefield 1 Bleed Out Custom Game To Go Live On January 18th, February Update Confirmed

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Jan 5, 2017
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Battlefield 1, the new entry in the series developed by DICE for PC and consoles, has already received a few updates and new content which expanded the experience, but the team is hardly done with new additions, as a new custom game will be going live soon.

In a new post on the official Battlefield 1 website, it’s been confirmed that a new custom game called Bleed Out will be going live later this month, on January 18th. Bleed Out will be a custom version of Rush coming with some unique features.

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We’re thrilled that you’re enjoying the official Custom Games and these will of course continue. You might already have tried Armored Kill, the newest custom experience featuring a Scout-free, vehicle-friendly spin on Conquest. On January 18 we’re going live with Bleed Out, a custom version of Rush where downed enemy soldiers respawn faster than usual and regenerative health is turned off.

It’s also been confirmed today that Battlefield 1 will be getting a new update next month, featuring gameplay improvements which will be detailed in full at another time.

In February we’ll roll out a new update for Battlefield 1 with gameplay improvements based on our constant testing and the feedback from you, the community. Expect more details and full update notes to be revealed in the near future.

A brand new concept exploration image has also been shared for the Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass expansion, showing the design vision the team has gone for one of the four maps that will be included in the expansion.

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Battlefield 1 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions. We will keep you updated on the game’s upcoming content as soon as possible, so stay tuned for all the latest updates.

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