Battlefield 1 Fall Patch: download it now to improve game performance
The Fall Update for Battlefield 1 is now available for download on both the Xbox One and Windows PC. This patch brings a series of graphics and stability fixes and improvements, as well as a few interesting new features.
However, this update fails to fix one of the most annoying Battlefield 1 bugs that has been plaguing players ever since the game was launched. DirectX function errors often cause the game to crash and it appears they’re here to stay.
Battlefield 1 Xbox One fixes
- Fix for a crash to the Xbox Home screen after attempting to join a game session via the Xbox One Guide whilst the title is suspended on the main menu
- Fixed an issue where users could get stuck in an endless loading loop when attempting to return to the main menu from the Campaign screen following an Xbox profile sign-in change during suspended state
- Fix for distorted fonts
- Fixed audio issues where the Operations introduction music would start playing late on Xbox One
- Fixed crash that could occur when driving the tank
- Fixed an issue where a bad rep player is not taken into party and the gamercard disappears form Com Center after accepting a party invite
- Fix for bad reputation users being able to communicate with non-friend users when in the same squad in online modes.
Battlefield 1 Windows PC fixes
- Fixed an issue where you could not see all the party members
- Fixed an issue where you would get multiple dialogs when deleting a filter
- Players can now disable aim assist for controllers.
For more information about the full list of fixes, improvements and new features, check out this Battlefield forum post.
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