Battlefield 1, a new addition to the famous shooter franchise is under development and testing stages and a couple of months away from its release. We normally come across something new every second day regarding the development and changes being made in the game, which keeps us attracted towards the game.
Recently, a new closed alpha footage was published and according to which, it seems that the game will include a FOV (field of view) slider on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It was being rumored that the game might feature, but from the closed alpha footage, it appears that that the game will be having one.
Check out the new closed alpha footage below;
If the game will have a FOV slider, there are chances that people may face performance related issues. But it must also be noted that we are talking about alpha right now, so it is under testing mode and the studio must be aware of all kinds of odd noticed so far.
Invitation for the closed alpha has been sent to the selected PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players. Earlier, it was reported that the game will be launched with 10 maps and 7 different game modes, but the news awaits official confirmation from DICE.
The game was announced back in May after being rumored for a while over the internet. We saw gameplay trailers during this E3 and some other gameplay footages published on the YouTube by those who managed to get their hands on the alpha. Battlefield 1 releases on October 21st for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!
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