Battlefield 1’s Community Test Environment Is Set To Go Live Soon

After talking about it for months, it looks like the time has finally come. Battlefield 1 is set to get a Community Test Environment, or CTE for short, very soon. This server will let DICE try out new patches and balances before releasing them live to the public.

Much like previous games in the series, this new CTE server will let a select number of players to try out any changes to the game weeks before the the go live to the public, relying on feedback to make the game better for everyone. The CTE will be coming to the PC first, but both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be getting one as well, with the hope of getting a more comprehensive look at how updates work for the system.

There’s currently no word on when we can expect to see the CTE go live, but the first round of invites have already been sent, and there’s still time to sign up for it; simply download the Battlefield Companion App and follow these directions to register. Battlefield 1 is out now for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

 

SOURCE: DICE

 

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