Battlefield 4, Hardline and 1 will receive a UI Overhaul

Battlefield 4, Hardline and 1 will receive a UI Overhaul

Battlefield 4, Hardline and 1 will have a UI Overhaul

Battlefield 4, Hardline and 1 will receive a UI Overhaul



It seems that in the future Battlefield 4, Hardline and Battlefield 1 will be getting a new user interface, uniting all three games to create a single, more intuitive Battlefield experience.  

This new user interface will replace Battlelog in its current form and will add new features like the ability to join squads or join games with your friends outside of matches, as well as the ability to spawn on your mates as soon as you enter a new match. 

It is clear that this upcoming UI update is designed to make Battlefield easier to play online and allow you to minimise waiting time by making it easier to join squads and even switch between different battlefield games between matches, if you own them. 


     This new UI is currently rolling out in beta form in Battlefield 4 for a small audience, and we’ll have more information on additional testing opportunities in the coming months. This will also be released withBattlefield 1 (and Battlefield Hardline soon after that). Once it's rolled out for all three games, you'll be able to easily swap between the games as long as you own them. Want to jump from St. Quentin Scar in Battlefield 1to the skyscrapers of Shanghai in Battlefield 4? It'll be easier than ever.

  Battlefield 4, Hardline and 1 will have a UI Overhaul


It is great to see that Dice is planning to improve the user experience with the Battlefield franchise, not only in Battlefield one and but in older Battlefield titles. Not many developers would go to the effort to improve their older titles so long after release.

Battlefield 1 will release on PC on October 21st, but this new UI update is expected to release for Battlefield 4 before then, at least in beta form.


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27-06-2016, 04:15:48

But... will it receive a proper anti-cheat system? Didn't think so.Quote

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