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Battlefield 5 Update 7.1 released, is 3.65GB in size, full patch notes

DICE has released a brand new update for Battlefield 5. The June 25th Update, also known as Update 7.1, is 3.65GB in size and brings some re-balance tweaks, a handful of new cosmetics, and some general stability improvements.

Going into more details, Battlefield 5 Update 7.1 fixes an issue what would cause the soldiers models to not show in the frontend. It also fixes fixes the cosmetics that went missing with the previous update. Moreover, it fixes the Welrod Master Dogtag which had the incorrect icon.

As said, this patch also brings some balance tweaks. For instance, it fixes some instances where K31/43 sniper scopes had the German post crosshair instead of the correct Swiss crosshair. It also fixes the accuracy issues with the K31/43 weapon.

Battlefield 5 Update 7.1 is currently available on both Steam and Origin. Naturally, these clients will download it the next time you open their launchers. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Battlefield 5 Update 7.1 Release Notes

Weapons
  • m, no more.
  • K31/43 is no longer able to fire an extra bullet while switching firing modes
  • K31/43 no longer has accuracy issues
  • Welrod now properly has 6+1 magazine size and operates as open bolt
  • Fixed some instances where K31/43 sniper scopes had the German post crosshair instead of the correct Swiss crosshair.
HUD/UI
  • Fixed an issue what would cause the soldiers models to not show in the frontend
  • Also fixed the cosmetics that went missing with the previous update
  • Fixed the Welrod Master Dogtag which had the incorrect icon
Maps/Modes
  • Provence – Players will no longer get stuck on top of the ammo box
  • Provence – The water on the map is no longer bulletproof
  • Twisted Steel – Frontlines – Removed the vehicles for the US team within the squad reinforcement menu
  • Outpost – Fixed an exploit that could give a team an unfair scoring advantage
Other
  • General stability improvements

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