Battlefield 1’s Spring Update comes with Platoons and a bevy of bug fixes

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The first Spring Update for Battlefield 1 has changed the game very much, but the most essential addition seems to be the Platoons. DICE added important Platoons features such as the Platoon Tag, and at the same time built a robust system that can be expanded and improved over time.

Battlefield 1 Platoons

Platoons are massive clubs of a maximum number of 100 players and they’re created in order to foster a sense of community. Their goal is to determine more easily when and where your teammates are playing. Finding the perfect players is essential in Battlefield 1 as this a very competitive game.

Coordination is a crucial feature in the game so Platoons are curated groups. For instance, players are able to apply for being a part of a certain Platoon and some of them have even required practicing matches on a regular basis and if you don’t stick to this rule, you will be kicked out.

Battlefield 1’s freeze issue has been fixed

The Spring Update has improved all the tools that are available for the community and it also brought along some fixes for lots of glitches and bugs.

Xbox players are going to be very happy to find out that the game will no longer freeze when they try to log on an Operation quickly. This used to be one of the most annoying problems of the game. Having to restart your device over and over again was extremely aggravating.

We really hope that DICE will continue to release great patches similar to this one so gamers can enjoy Battlefield 1 in the future.

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