Battlefield 1 Open Beta To End On Thursday, Conquest Mode Round Timer Removed
Those fans of the Battlefield franchise who are yet to participate in Battlefield 1 open beta don’t have much time left.
Battlefield 1 open beta is officially ending on September 8, 2016, and fans have only two more days to try it out. EA has confirmed that the beta for Battlefield 1 will come to an end this coming Thursday through Battlefield’s official Twitter account, but did not gave any specific time at which the beta will end.
Not only this Electronic Arts has also announced a change to Battlefield 1 open beta conquest mode. Conquest mode is a multiplayer arena which features up to 64 players to capture and defend control points. The change comes in the form of the duration of the match.
DICE has released a new update for Battlefield 1 open beta that disables the round timer for the conquest mode, but did not mentioned whether or not Rush mode would receive the same treatment or not.
In related news, Battlefield 1 beta files have been datamined and revealed names and images of the game’s Multiplayer Maps.
- St. Quentin Scar
- Empire’s Edge
- Monte Grappa
- Argonne Forest
- Chateau – Leaked Name
- Sinai Desert
Recently, DICE’s Robert Sammelin revealed that DICE has done its best to remain true to the World War 1 without compromising on the fun part. However, DICE has taken some historical liberties in order to make the game fun.
He also added that World War 1 was a dark and brutal time, and DICE intentionally removed these aspects of war as they were not fun. He said that DICE wanted to focus on fun rather than realism.
Battlefield is scheduled to launch on October 21, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.