Battlefield 1 Companion App out Now on Android, iOS & Windows 10 Mobile


DICE announced that the Battlefield 1 companion app is out now on Android, iOS & Windows 10 Mobile devices. It's a fairly small app at a size of 60MB or so.

The Battlefield 1 companion app is a major overhaul over past iterations, according to the developer.

A major overhaul to the Battlelog Mobile App is just around the corner. Launching October 18 for Android, iOS, and Windows 10 Mobile, the new Battlefield Companion is a great way to stay in touch with Battlefield™ 1 and Battlefield 4 on the go.

Jumping into the Battlefield Companion you’ll notice its new refreshed look, improved navigation, and support for Battlefield 1. The Battlefield Companion will enable you to track Battlefield progress, customise your loadout, connect with friends, and more.

Let’s start with the Career section – your new profile and identity of Battlefield. Here you can explore your stats and awards from Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 4 and see how your friends are doing. Speaking of friends, the Friend List section will help you keep tabs on your Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 4 buddies, so you won’t miss out when they are playing.

The Customisation screen provides an overview of all the weapons and gadgets at your disposal while on the go. Here, you can explore and customise your loadout, making you fully prepared for battle. You can also create and customise your own emblem directly in the Battlefield Companion.

Note that the current Battlelog experience (battlelog.battelfield.com and m.battlelog.com) will remain available through the new Battlefield Companion and mobile browsers after this update.

Battlefield 1 is scheduled to become available today, after the Origin Access/EA Access limited trial, for those users who have chosen to purchase the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Have you been playing Battlefield 1 during the trial and if so, what are your first impressions? Let us know in the comments.