'Battlefield 1' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Everything You Need to Know About Beta Feedback, Final System Specs

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Sep 20, 2016 03:31 AM EDT
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The highly anticipated "Battlefield 1" beta recently took place, attracting as many as 13 million players from all around the world. The upcoming first-person shooter from EA DICE is landing next month and here's everything you need to know about beta feedback and final system specs for the game.

Gamespot reports that following the "Battlefield 1" beta, EA DICE has released the final systems specs for the upcoming first-person shooter. Gamers are required to have a 64-bit version of Windows installed and at least 50GB worth of free space.

It also requires an i5-6600K or FX-6350, as well as 8 GB worth of RAM and 2 GB HD 7850 or GTX 660. The makers recommend having the AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GB or the Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2 GB video card. Gamers are also encouraged to have a 512 KBPS or faster Internet connection.

We recently reported on "Battlefield 1"'s beta test, which attracted 13 million players worldwide. EA DICE has released a statement regarding the comments they have gathered from players who participated in the open beta.

According to Gamespot, lead world designer Daniel Berlin took to their official blog to share that "capturing the objectives AND getting kills will both contribute towards the final score of a Conquest match." This is contrary to the old system wherein teams would compete to eliminate the opponent's supply of tickets.

Kotaku reports that the studio also took to Twitter to announce that the horses won't be so difficult to deal with anymore. They promised to "nerf" the horse once "Battlefield 1" gets released this October.

There's also some tweaks on the Rush mode of "Battlefield 1," VG24/7 reports. However, the studio has not unveiled the changes made to the Rush mode. Fans will have to wait and see what those changes are when the game arrives next month.

"Battlefield 1" arrives to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on October 21. Stay tuned to Game & Guide for more "Battlefield 1" news.

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