A fan-favorite feature will be returning.
After the much-anticipated reveal of the next game in the Battlefield series, DICE seems to be sticking to its roots by bringing back server browsers to the multiplayer section of Battlefield 1. The official Twitter of Battlefield revealed this feature when they replied to a fan, confirming that server browsers will be returning to the series.
Server Browser confirmed. https://t.co/QFD8huHMAz
— Battlefield (@Battlefield) May 10, 2016
A server browser gives players an active list that categorizes a specific match by the map, game type and the number of players currently playing. This allows players to search for an ideal game a player wants to join and narrow down to the specifics. No further details about server browsers have been revealed but it is worth noting that it was not included in DICE’S previous game, Star Wars Battlefront.
In related news, DICE has also revealed that Battlefield one will be the “biggest and most innovative Battlefield game in the series” by bringing back 64-player game modes and brutal close combat, air fights and “epic scale”.
Battlefield 1 is set to release this Fall, Oct. 21, 2016, On PlayStation 4, Xbox, and PC. For more coverage on Battlefield, check out our latest news down below and stay tuned to Twinfinite for future updates.