DICE rolls out updates for its video game Battlefield 1 every month to all the gamers. It is not only a benefit for the gamer but also a good practice for the game developer. It lets them stay watchful towards the presence of bugs; regular updates fix the bugs and safety loopholes constantly and it also improves the quality and content of the gameplay.
However, unfortunately, it appears that the developer of Battlefield 1, DICE is going to end the process. Recently the developer has announced on its website that they will stop rolling out the monthly updates for the game by the beginning of July this year.
You don’t have to worry that about that though because DICE has also stated along with the announcement that the game’s map’s They Shall Not Pass expansion will reach every player soon. So, the gamers will soon have access to the maps to complete the challenges in the game.
“We’re continuing monthly updates for Battlefield 1 until June 2018, in which you can expect fresh content together with various tweaks and fixes for the player experience. As you may have seen on the Updates Page, these updates can cover anything: matchmaking, weapon balancing, even Dreadnought horns that sometimes won’t stop blaring,” DICE stated in the announcement.
Now, it is not really surprising to see DICE ending the monthly rollout of its update for Battlefield 1. After all, they have been doing this since the inception of the game back in 2016. The end of monthly update rollout for Battlefield 1 also indicates towards the fact that EA might bring the next gaming title to the Battlefield franchise. However, they haven’t made any official statement as of yet.