EA DICE has revealed every map and mode in its upcoming World War 1 shooter Battlefield 1 at launch in October. The highly-anticipated military shooter will include six modes and nine multiplayer maps at launch with another map to be rolled out as free DLC in December.
Battlefield 1's six modes are Conquest, Domination, Operations, Rush, Team Deathmatch and War Pigeons. Players who took part in the shooter's open beta have already experienced the Conquest and Rush modes.
War Pigeons will have players trying to locate and capture a pigeon coop with a messenger pigeon, escort it to a safe location out in the open, prepare a message and send it off to call for artillery support to take down enemies.
Among the nine maps to be included at launch are Ballroom Blitz that takes place in a massive French chateau, Sinai Desert, which was playable in the beta and Fao Fortress which takes place in a majestic Ottoman fortress.
The other multiplayer maps included are Argonne Forest, Suez, The St Quentin Scar, Amiens, Monte Grappa and Empire's Edge. The tenth map, Giant's Shadow, will be introduced to the game for free in December.
Battlefield 1's massively successful beta attracted a whopping 13.2 million players - making it the biggest beta in EA's history. After the public test, DICE shared some of the changes it plans to make based on fan feedback before the final version's release.
"When we build a new Battlefield game it's important for us to try new things, we want to stay fresh and renew the franchise with each new instalment," lead world designer Daniel Berlin wrote in a blog post. "However, it's equally as important that we take the feedback that you, the community, are giving us."
The next time you play the game, capturing the objectives and getting kills will both contribute towards the final score of a Conquest match," Berlin wrote. "You have spoken, we have listened."
The team will also be tweaking the Rush game mode and is looking to balance some other elements as well including the weapons and vehicles.
"The Light Tank, which is a bit too effective in the open beta, will definitely receive some work, and we agree that horses can take a few too many rounds at the moment," Berlin wrote. "We've also learned through the beta that you guys need more tools to deal with vehicles earlier, which we'll definitely look into (including a gadget for the Support class which should help neutralise powerful vehicles)."
EA DICE has also revealed the minimum and recommended PC system requirements for the next entry in the Battlefield series as well which are rather steep, requiring a minimum Intel Core i5 6600K with 8GB of memory and a recommended Intel Core i7 4790 or equivalent.
Battlefield 1 is slated to release on 21 October for PS4, Xbox One and PC.