Nothing confirmed but Tweets are hinting changes are coming.
While Battlefield 1 was popular enough that it topped the NPD charts for October, it doesn’t appear DICE and EA are resting on their laurels. Instead the companies are working hard to listen to the gaming community and making changes where they agree those changes need to be made.
One change that could be coming down the pike sooner rather than later is a tweak to the game’s progression system. On his Twitter profile, DICE’s Producer Ali Hassoon posted that the development team has been listening to fans and aware of their complaints. He ended the tweet with “stay tuned.”
The game’s producer, producer Andreas Skolgund made the same kinds of comments on his Twitter account about the Battlepacks mechanics. If there is something that is truly controversial in Battlefield 1, it’s how those mechanics work. On his Twitter account he posted, “Thanks for the feedback! We are looking at making some additions to the system for the ones wanting more than the RNG.”
Now we just need to get DICE to say when these tweaks are going to be coming to Battlefield 1 so we can mark our calendars.