How to fix common Battlefield 1 issues

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Battlefield 1 is now available globally, allowing you to dive into fierce World War 1 battles. Before you hit the play button, make sure your Xbox One or Windows PC are perfectly capable of running the game. In this manner, you’ll limit the potential issues you may encounter.

If you’re playing on a Windows PC, check the system requirements before you buy the game. If you’re still experiencing issues, check out the workarounds listed below.

Fix Battlefield 1 issues on Xbox One and Windows PC

The EA Access trial warning keeps popping up

You can reset your Xbox One and choose the Reset and Keep my games and apps option. If you don’t want to perform this action, you can also delete any Battlefield 4 downloadable content (DLC) you have on your Xbox One and this will stops the pop-up from appearing. Once you’ve deleted the DLCs, restart your Xbox One and launch Battlefield 1 again.

DirectX OUTOFMEMORY error

battlefield 1 DirectX error

If you’ve encountered this error, you can quickly repair the Redists files and see if this single action solves the problem. If not, continue the troubleshooting process by performing steps 2 and 3 as well.

1. Go to the Battlefield 1 folder > _Installer > install/ repair the Redists files, both of them.
2. Install the latest major Windows updates.
3. Updated the Nvidia GeForce Experience, not the Driver.

Battlefield 1 opens a black window, and then closes

battlefield 1 black screen

This issue usually lies with the Origin activation rather than the game itself. You should reinstall the Origin client, then run Origin as an administrator. No game reinstall is required.

There are many issues for which there is no workaround available. Most likely, the majority of these bugs will get fixed once the first patches for the game are rolled out.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to download the latest NVIDIA Geforce Game Ready Drivers that provide the optimal experience for Battlefield 1, Civilization VI, and Titanfall 2. Hopefully, these drivers will fix some of the many issues for which there is no workaround available yet.

We strongly recommend this third-party tool (100% safe and tested by us) to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your PC.

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