Battlefield 1’s marketing was impressive, as a huge following was eagerly anticipating the release of the latest installment in the Battlefield franchise. Just by releasing a very well done and enticing trailer, the game managed to win over pretty much any gamer with an internet connection.
The game didn’t fall short of expectations, with Battlefield 1 being one of the best games of the year. However, it’s not perfect. There were certain aspects of the game that players weren’t totally happy with and it seems that EA and DICE have been listening to what the Battlefield community had to say about the title.
More than just listen, it looks like they have started preparations for a Battlefield update that would care to the factors pointed out by players. According to some assuring yet strangely vague tweets, DICE officials went on to hint at upcoming changes being made to the targeted areas. The update is set to implement some changes in the way Battlefield 1’s progression system functions, but also tweak the existing form of battlepacks. Game producers Andreas Skolgund and Ali Hassoon welcomed the constructive feedback they had received, asking fans to “stay tuned” for more updates on the matter.
The main problem with the game’s battlepacks was that it relied too much on RNG, as stated by unhappy consumers. DICE has taken notice and is looking to make battlepacks more appealing to those that do not welcome RNG in their experience, as per the official tweets.
This is great news for Battlefield 1’s player base. Not just because these issues will be addressed, but also because it is clear evidence that DICE and EA are ready to work with the community on improving the overall Battlefield experience, and that consumer complaints are not ignored.
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