Players of Battlefield 1 wish for since the launch of the game some extra features. Near the top of this list are a password-protected server. It is this wish could be fulfilled the Battlefield 1 players soon.
After all, the multiplayer makes a lot of fun and leaves nothing to be desired. And if there are requests from the community, the makers of Battlefield 1 make every effort to meet these. This could now soon be felt in the password-protected servers, as DICE Producer Ali Hassoon revealed on Twitter.
@Jakey401 We’re on it, its very close to being final but we might test it in the CTE prior to release.
– Do hassoon (@Striterax_) 4th January 2017
He wrote that the password protected servers from Battlefield 1 are nearing completion. However, the developers are not quite sure if they test out this feature before the official release first on a Community Test Environment (CTE short).
This would mean special servers where patches can be tested by the players beforehand.
Currently not yet revealed the Battlefield 1 producer when the players can expect the CTE servers.
Perhaps the feature is indeed published together with the “They Shall Not Pass” -DLC appearing in March for Battlefield 1
This then brings the French forces including weapons and perhaps even a new card into play.