Of course, the topic of stability and technology is something that Battlefield 1 is more than just an eye to the community. Even the clean launches of Battlefield Hardline and Star Wars Battlefront and the Fixes of Battlefield 4 have not been able to all worries after the problems of Battlefield 4 around the launch. Now that it has been announced that Battlefield 1 uses all technical improvements of Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline as a basis and generally a net code with 60 Hertz, it has now become known that the pre-alpha on the EA Play was completely stable.
According to reports of players and developers at the event, crashes did not occur. In terms of stability, the new military battlefield, four months before launch, does not seem to be in any major trouble or concern. We keep our fingers crossed that it stays that way and that the upcoming Open Beta will not only run as well as possible in the summer, but that we will end up with a stable and smooth launch.