And they are a doozy.
DICE has finally released patch notes for Battlefield 1’s November update which recently went live for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. At 1.9 GB, the update adds and changes quite a lot of things.
For instance, in 64 player Operations mode, the maximum tickets for attackers has gone up from 150 to 250 and the tickets regained while killing retreating defenders when a sector has been captured went up from 2 to 3. The amount of time to capture flags has also been slightly reduced.
In 40 player Operations mode, maximum tickets for attackers has gone from 200 to 150 with time to capture flags slightly reduced and the number of tickets for killing retreating defenders increased to 3 from 2.
As noted before, Suez now has five flags instead of three and an armoured car will spawn at both team’s HQ. You can now customize your solider from the UI itself by hitting the icon on Home or on Soldier. Furthermore, if a squad leader ignores order requests, then leadership moves to another squad member.
You can check out the patch notes for yourself here (as you should since they’re massive). What are your thoughts on the November update thus far? Let us know in the comments.