Battlefield 1 to get a patch in February, two new custom game modes announced

Friday, 6 January 2017 11:29 GMT By Sherif Saed

Battlefield 1 is due for another big update next month, as more custom game modes continue rolling out.

DICE is not yet done patching Battlefield 1, not by a long shot. The studio confirmed in a new blog post that it’s working on a new update, due for release next month.

There won’t be any new content in said patch, but a few changes and improvements are expected, though DICE has yet to reveal any of them.

On the custom game end, the Armored Kill mode is currently available. This variant of Conquest puts great emphasis on vehicles, and disables the Scout class. Another custom mode in the pipe is called Bleed Out, due to go live on January 18.

Bleed Out is a custom version of Rush that decreases the spawn time after death, but turns off regenerative health for everyone.

In the video above, Westie goes over some of the changes he’d like to see in the update. He brings up a good point about the effect of the gas grenade on your teammate, and talks about upcoming server rental features such as the ability to password-lock them.