Welcome to the November Update! With it comes new RSP features, Dolby Vision HDR compatibility, gameplay improvements, tweaks, and fixes. Later this month we’re introducing Eastern Storm, our first Operation Campaign. Battle for supremacy across the eastern front Operations to unlock rare rewards. We hope you enjoy the battles and the spoils of war.
Here’s what to expect with the rest of the update:
When we’re running an active campaign, you’ll be greeted by a slightly different user interface on the Operation globe screen. The Operation Campaign tracker, located at the bottom right corner of the screen, will indicate which Operations are part of the active campaign, the necessary cumulative score you need to unlock your reward, and the amount of time remaining before the active campaign ends. You’ll also notice a small star on particular Operation icons, signifying that it is part of the active campaign.
Participate in these Operations and your end of round score will be applied toward the progress of unlocking a Battlepack reward. PTFO to maximize your score, but be sure to stick around until the end of the match to have it applied toward your progress. Try to unlock as many rewards as you can before the active campaign expires.
Just over 100 years ago, the French Battle of La Malmaison took place in the foggy, cold night of October 23, 1917. Now, every Battlefield 1 player can join the fight for the heavily fortified Chemin des Dames ridge, in the Nivelle Nights map. Battlefield 1 Premium Pass and Battlefield 1 They Shall Not Pass owners have been enjoying this map since its release, and we’re thrilled to announce that it’s available now to all Battlefield 1 players.
Battlefield 1 is now compatible with Dolby’s High Dynamic Range standard. With a compatible graphics card and TV, you can enjoy Battlefield 1 mastered for Dolby Vision HDR colors and brightness.
Please note: This is a required update for all Battlefield 1 players to play online. The above fixes will apply to all Battlefield 1 players.