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Everything you need to know about BF 1 Specializations


Everything you need to know about BF 1 Specializations

In a Reddit post Dice reviled all the Specializations in BF 1

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Battlefields Specializations system is kind of like COD’s perks system. The Specializations are supposed to “provide more depth and strategy to the gameplay.” Every player will start with 3 Specializations by default other Specializations will be unlocked by completion of new Service Assignments.

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What are the different Specializations?

There are two groups of  Specializations: Generic and Kit Specific. Every class will have 7 Generic Specializations and 2 Kit Specific Specializations. The generic Specializations are: Flak: damage from explosions are reduced 15%, Cover: Incoming suppression is reduced by 25%, Quick Regen: Decrease the time before Out of Combat Heal by 20%, Quick Unspot: Decrease length of time you are Spotted by 2 seconds, Bayonet Training: Bayonet charge lasts 1 second longer and regenerates 1 second faster, Hasty Retreat: Increase your maximum sprint speed by 10% whilst you are Suppressed, Camouflage: When moving slowly or stationary you are invisible to Spot Flares. The Kit Specific Specializations are going to be: Assault Specializations Juggernaut: Your Gas Mask also reduces explosive damage by 15% (does stack), Controlled Demolition: TNT is now detonated sequentially. Medic Specializations: Stimulant Syringe: Reviving an ally give you both a 20% sprint speed for 8 seconds (Does not stack), Concealed Rescue: Downed Squad Mates within 20m drop smoke to cover their revival (40s cooldown). Support Specializations: Unbreakable: Incoming suppression is reduced by 75% when your Bipod is deployed, Pin Down: The Duration an enemy remains spotted is extended via Suppression. Scout Specializations: Scapegoat: A decoy is automatically deployed when struck below 35 health by a distant enemy (30s cooldown), Perimeter Alarm: When your Trip Mine is triggered enemies within 15m are marked on the mini-map. More Specializations are going to be added in future updates.


Wehn is it going to come out?


The update is going to be available when the Name of the Tsar DLC releases in September for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. PC players can try out on the Battlefield 1 Community Test Environment. To get in the CTE, you either have to get a code from Dice or purchase BF1 premium pass.



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