‘Battlefield 4’ Obtains New User Interface To Maximize Multiplayer; DICE Announces Same IU For ‘Battlefield 1’


DICE announced through its blog that a new user interface is coming to "Battlefield 4", Battlefield Hardline and "Battlefield 1". The latest IU is friendlier as it will allow gamers to create squads before a game plus it will provide them access to switch between Battlefield games. This means, players will be able to transfer from a "Battlefield 1" map to a "Battlefield 4" map easily.

DICE Community Manager Dan Mitre explained in the Battlefield blog that new Battlefield user interface is designed to advance the multiplayer experience of playing with friends and to carry out relevant Battlefield content to the spotlight.

Since "Battlefield 4" release, DICE has worked tirelessly and even salvaging one of the best multiplayer shooters up from the muddled launch, EuroGamer wrote.

Now, what makes the new IU interesting is its blending process with all other contemporary Battlefield games. Something that might clash with the Battlelog, the platform allowing players to track stats and launch modes, a de facto absent in messaging for "Battlefield 1", EuroGamer added. EA has not clarified the inquiry of what this new UI does for the old platform.

However, Battlefield blog added that the new UI will be rolling out in beta form in "Battlefield 4" for a lesser audience to get more information on additional testing occasions in the coming months. It also confirmed that "Battlefield 1" will also receive the new UI while Battlefield Hardline will have it sooner. Meaning, once it has been rolled out for all three games players could easily swap between the games as long as they are yours. For example, you wanted to jump from "Battlefield 1's St. Quentin to the skyscrapers of Shanghai in "Battlefield 4". All will all be at ease when the new UI reached you. 

"Battlefield 1" is set for a worldwide launch on October 21st for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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