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Revealed - Battlefield 1 – everything you should customise in the game’s options menu

Discussion in 'Battlefield 1 News' started by OUTL4W, Nov 24, 2016.

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    Learn how to tailor Battlefield 1 settings to your needs, especially when it comes to the HUD.

    If you don’t typically go through the options menu when you first start a new game, you may be surprised to learn that a lot of games hide plenty of useful settings in there that often times can be tuned to your liking.

    Battlefield 1 does this, too. When it comes to the HUD, the list is long and not everything in it is immediately obvious.

    In the video above, Westie explores the entire list of settings you can turn on, off, or tweak in the game’s options menu, including certain visual and audio changes you should consider.

    HUD settings are located under the Gameplay sub-menu. Most of what the video goes through will apply to PC and consoles, though some will make more sense on PC.

    The video covers everything from the colour of your crosshair, to customising the mini-map and how opaque you want the icons to get when you aim down sights. It’s an extensive list, so be sure to have the video open while you’re in-game to apply change you need.

    This video is part of series produced in partnership with Gamer Network, VG247’s parent company.




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