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This Battlefield 1 Glitch Turns Falling Zeppelins To Tornado Of Fire
Battlefield 1 has launched with some stellar reviews, as the game was liked by both critics and gamers alike. While the game is AAA title with beautiful visuals, high production value, but still it is not a perfect game, as a hilarious Battlefield 1 glitch has been found.
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The Battlefield 1 glitch can be seen in the video below, which was posted by a Youtube user Wactical Tank. It seems that the glitch triggers when a zeppelin is destroyed. Instead of just crashing, the zeppelin turns into a tornado of fire.
As of yet it is not clear what causes the glitch, but we are sure that DICE is aware of this Battlefield 1 glitch will be fixing it with a quick patch.
However, this is not the only glitch to appear in Battlefield 1. Recently, a glitch appeared on console version of the game that dropped the game’s resolution to 160x90P. The glitch probably occurred due to the dynamic resolution scaling that game uses to keep the game running on a steady 60 frames per second.
However, it seems that this technique is not working very well, because according to the frame rate test of Battlefield 1 on PS4 the game drops to 30 FPS during intense scenes.
There is no doubt that Battlefield 1 had more hype compared to Battlefield 4 and Hardline, and the game’s week one sales have manged to beat the combined week 1 sales of Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline.
These record breaking Battlefield 1 sales puts the game at #1 in the Top 10 sales chart for the launch week, and the week one sales for the game are just little bit behind to that of Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s The Division.
Battlefield 1 is a first person shooter developed by DICE for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.