Battlefield 1 Future Fixes Outlined; Hardcore Gets Additional Details

Francesco De Meo
Battlefield 1

Battlefield 1, the latest entry of the series released last month on PC and consoles, already received some fixes in previous updates, but work is far from being done. In the past few hours, members of the development team have detailed some of the fixes that will be coming to the game in the future.

A few hours ago, Battlefield 1 Lead UI/UX Designer Erik Ortman has confirmed that the team is currently looking at a fix for medals issue that has been plaguing a few players, and a fix for end of game leaderboards and not being able to quit at the end of a game.

DICE's Producer Ali Hassoon also confirmed that a limit for how many players can play a class will be coming in a future patch.

Ali Hassoon also talked about Hardcore, which has yet to be implemented. Apparently, Bullet Damage in Hardcore will be set at around 140%, which will provide a more well-rounded experience.

Testing is still underway, so there is still no release date set, as it will only release when the team is sure it lives up to their expectations.

Last week, DICE revealed more regarding what's in store for Battlefied 1's future. Among the many changes that will be coming to the game are tweaks for the Suez Map, changes that will be coming following players' feedback. The first Custom Game, called Fog of War, will also launch next week.


As the first Official Custom Game, Fog of War will premiere at Battlefest. In this unique Team Deathmatch experience, you will be challenged by limited sight as you’re fighting in fog with the mini-map and soldier name tags turned off. You’ll find Official Custom Games in the Battlefield 1 Multiplayer menu.

Battlefield 1 is now available in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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