Battlefield 1 New Closed Alpha Gameplay Video Confirms FOV Slider On Consoles

Francesco De Meo
Posted Jul 8, 2016
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Battlefield 1, the new entry of the series currently in development by DICE for consoles and PC, is still far from release, so there’s a lot we still don’t know about it. Thanks to the Closed Alpha, however, we have managed to learn more about it in the past few days, and today we have learned of another new feature that will make those planning to get the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One happy.

According to a new video that has been made available a few hours ago, Battlefield 1 will feature a FOV slider on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Such feature might bring some performance issues, but the fact that it’s been implemented from the Closed Alpha seems to point out that development has been taking this feature into account since the beginning. You can check out the new video right below.

Yesterday, another Battlefield 1 video taken from the Closed Alpha has been made available, comparing the PC version at Ultra settings with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases. The PC version  looks best, unsurprisingly but both PS4 and Xbox One versions don’t look bad at all.

Earlier this week, more invites for the Battlefield 1 Closed Alpha have been sent to select PC players. Select PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners have also been able to get access to the Closed Alpha. More details have also come in about the  Alps Rush map thanks to a new image which reveals what players should expect to find in it. As the image has been found by checking out the closed alpha files, there’s a good chance that things will be somewhat different in the final release of the game.

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Battlefield 1 launches this October on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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