Through its website, DICE has announced that it is working on new changes to the user interface of Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline and Battlefield 1, with the aim of integrating a more intuitive experience and centralized for players of these titles.
Thus, the new user interface of Battlefield is designed to enhance the gaming experience with your friends and highlight relevant content. For example, now you have the opportunity to create a patrol before entering a game and continue it after the end of the round. With this, you can meet with friends and go together in a game, expediting the experience and staying together in each game session.
But that’s not all, because DICE promised there will be more changes, like an engine that recommends maps and game modes, all with the aim of enjoying a more personalized experience so you can quickly access what you want to play.
For now, the new interface is available in beta for Battlefield 4 only for a handful of players. In the coming months, DICE will give more information so that players can participate in these tests.
This system will also be integrated in Battlefield 1 and later in Battlefield Hardline. When it is fully implemented in the 3 games, you can easily change the game, if you have all the titles. With this, you can go to play, for example, in the San Quentin Scar map in Battlefield 1 to the skyscrapers of Shanghai in Battlefield 4.
Remember that the next game in the series is Battlefield 1, coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on October 21.