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DICE has decided to remove support for Battlefield 1

It looks like the preparations for the new Battlefield game are starting.

Battlefield 1, with its World War I concept and theme in 2016, was presented to players in a similar fashion to previous Battlefield experiences. A few content packs and single story packs were released for Battlefield 1, which includes both single player mode and online game mode. The season’s owner, DICE, has announced that it will remove support for Battlefield 1 in the near future.

 

Of course servers and other online content will continue

DICE, in fact, does not indicate any updates or corrections to the game. The content that is available for production and online games will continue as predicted as it is. The support will continue until the end of June of the current year, which will be used to fix the latest updates, corrections and errors to be added to the game. After June, Dice will start to work on our new projects. As a result, work against other games will be reduced and the support will be lifted from day to day.

Nevertheless, the players have been given time for the end of June. Until the specified time, players will be able to communicate with DICE and request support for the game.