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IDProjectCategoryPrivateLast Update
0003393Battlefield 1 CTEAudioNo2017-08-03 09:20
Status FixedResolutionFixed 
Summary0003393: Shout out that doesn't make any sense.

When laying prone I notice this. My soldier will call out something along the lines of, "Get ready to jump out." Something like that. Some kind of shout out telling others to get out of a vehicle that my soldier isn't in, or even near. I don't recall exactly what the phrase is, but it happens from time to time and I can't figure it out at all. Only happens in the CTE, but does happen on all of the maps, including the Amiens and Argonne Forest maps. So it has something to do with the CTE version of this game.

Steps To Reproduce

This is difficult to reproduce, because I have no idea what the triggering event is that brings forth this phrase. I believe I am prone when it happens, since I do not recall ever hearing it while running. I may have been switching trough my weapons, or I may not have been. This doesn't happen every game, but once every 3 or 4 hours.

P.S. No idea what this falls under, so I selected Audio.

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Expected Result



2017-04-09 20:59

Registered User

Does happen in current version as well (since TSNP patch), not only in the CTE. Not sure what triggers it either, one time it occurred while I was flying a plane and not doing anything besides steering.


2017-04-13 05:31

Registered User

pretty sure if a vehicle driver or pilot requests a passenger to 'get out' the whole team starts saying it.


2017-04-13 16:31


Multiple fixes have been implemented in the VO system. One being for friend only messages not being triggered by enemy.

Changing the issue to Fixed, but please report back if any VO issues still remain.


2017-08-03 00:06

Registered User

In spawn screen it freezes and you can't move the curser


2017-08-03 00:19

Registered User

When I try to join a game that's half full it's comes up a reserving slot and I half to leave then rejoin


2017-08-03 09:20


Please report issues in either comments to existing report about them or, if they weren't reported yet, a new report.