Battlefield 1 is the forthcoming entry to the famous first person shooter series, Battlefield. The game is under development by DICE and currently, the players have been testing out the closed alpha of the game for a couple of weeks.

Battlefield 1 Alpha Will Begin after Gamescom 2016

We have also seen many gameplay footages of the game posted by many YouTubers and also many confirmations and changes regarding the game from the developing studio. Recently, we saw reports of developers trying to achieve 60 Hz tick rate and targeting 60 frames per second on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Sebastian Moritz, German Community Manager of Battlefield during the livestream indicated the possibility of Open Alpha for the Battlefield 1 beginning soon after the Gamescom 2016 event. The event will be running from August 16th to August 21st. So the fans can expect open alpha during late August or early September. The game is set for release in October so a month before the official release sounds normal. The open alpha will give players to experience the game as well as report all the issues and bugs they might face while playing the game.

Check outBattlefield 1: 4k / 60fps Gameplay Video With Color Correction

Earlier, it was confirmed that the studio is planning to overhaul game’s user interface experience and the game will not require launching from web browser option anymore. Battlefield 1 is scheduled for release on October 21st for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more!

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