DICE has been operative on some vital changes to Battlefield 1‘s weapons and their time-to-kill (TTK) numbers for several months now, and we finally know when these changes will be introduced.
Battlefield 1 lead gameplay engineer Alex Sulman announced during a new Twitter QA that a arms changes will be introduced to a diversion alongside a second half of the Turning Tides DLC, that is rising for a diversion someday in January.
Yo! we unfortunately can't give we an sum on Battlefield 2018 though with arriving “Turning Tides – North Sea” enlargement comes a flattering vital change to a arms change or “TTK”. Once we have played for a while we wish you’ll recognize a certain change to a gunplay!
— Alex Sulman (@RamblingAlex) Jan 9, 2018
Various arms changes have been tested on Battlefield 1‘s Community Test Environment given Sep 2017, though a infancy of a changes concentration on shortening a TTK for a Assault class’ sub-machine guns and a Support class’ light appurtenance guns. Medic self-loading rifles will also see buffs in terms of repairs over stretch and bullet spread, and shotguns will see adjustments that will make their particle patterns some-more predicted and uniform, preventing propitious one-shot kills or detrimental misses over distance. Scout rifles will not see any changes, though they unequivocally don’t need them, if we’re being honest.
There’s no central recover date nonetheless for a Jan update, though Battlefield insider Westie guessed in a new video detailing a arms changes that it will tumble on a final Tuesday of a month, that is Jan 30th.
Battlefield 1 is accessible on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.