Developer DICE has detailed some changes that they’ll be bringing to Operation Campaigns in Battlefield 1 that’ll work to make sure servers in the game are as full as possible.
All players will be able to participate in all Operation Campaigns regardless of whether or not they own the game’s Premium Pass or purchased the maps as standalone DLC. It’s important to note that players without the DLC still won’t be able to access it regularly outside of Operation Campaigns. Meaning once a campaign is over the content will be locked off. Furthermore, players without the DLC will not have access to the new weapons, vehicles, and elites that are included in whatever content they do not own.
The developer has also said that they’re looking into some issues that players have shed light on like puzzle piece chances, getting close to the total campaign score but not finishing it, and the variety of skins in each campaign. While no solutions are yet to be implemented, DICE has said that they’re working hard on fixing these issues as soon as possible.
You can read more about these changes in greater detail by going right here. Battlefield 1 is available right now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.