Battlefield 1 - x22DOT Edition

 
 
This Battlefield 1 GamePack is designed specifically for those with the latest CronusMAX PLUS device running at least 1.23 firmware. There are many exciting new features including the all new Anti-Recoil Control System, a fantastic Auto Spot Mod and a new Aim Assist feature which now has settings for both controller and mouse!
 
A very special thanks to CronusMAX support forums staff member and FPS expert x22DOT - he did a real fantastic job with this amazing GamePack for our community and we can't wait to see more!
 
Instructions for Battlefield 1 GamePack
Compatible CronusMAX PLUS Firmware: 1.20+
Compatible Controllers: Dualshock 4, Dualshock 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U Pro
Compatible Systems:Playstation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC

IMPORTANT
If you have a CronusMAX PLUS, make sure you goto Tools > Options > CMax Plus and enable "Mimic Controller Player LEDs" in the CMax Plus Backlight area if you want the CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED features to work. Also, for more information on the benefits of using a USB Hub with your CronusMAX PLUS Click Here


 

 

Automatic PS4 Crossover
 
When this GamePack is being used on a PlayStation 4 and detects the connected controller is not a DualShock 4, it will automatically reassign Touchpad to the Select/Back/View Button.
 
 
Shortcut to Access The PlayStation 4 Share Screen:
Press Select + Right Analog Stick (R3) together.
Press Back + Right Analog Stick (RS) together.
Press View + Right Analog Stick (RS) together.
 

 

GamePack Operation
 
Quick Disable/Re-Enable GamePack:
Note: If you are on a PlayStation 4 console use TouchPad instead of Share (DualShock 4 Controllers)
 
Player LED 1: Controller in regular mode, the GamePack is disabled (Blue on DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED).
 
Player LED 4: The GamePack is enabled (Pink on DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED).
 

 

GamePack Configuration
 
How to Enter GamePack Menu Mode:
Note: If you are on a PlayStation 4 console use TouchPad instead of Share (DualShock 4 Controllers)*
Hold SELECT+START for 2 seconds to enter menu mode.
Hold SHARE+OPTIONS for 2 seconds to enter menu mode*
Hold BACK+START for 2 seconds to enter menu mode.
Hold VIEW+MENU for 2 seconds to enter menu mode.
 
IMPORTANT
Always keep the SELECT/TOUCHPAD/BACK/VIEW button pressed while in Menu Mode. To exit Menu mode, release the SELECT/TOUCHPAD/BACK/VIEW button.

 
Player LED 4 will blink the number of the current Class (DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED will flash Pink).
 
Player LED 3 will blink the number of the active MOD for the current Class (DS4 / CronusMAX PLUS Backlight LED will flash Green).
 
NOTE

If the Player LED 3 is not blinking, it means either no MOD or the Default setting is selected for the current Class. See below for instructions how to navigate between Classes and MOD's.

You can also pre-configure your GamePack settings using the GamePack Configuration Interface (GCI) in Cronus Pro. The GCI opens automatically when you load a GamePack to a memory slot, or you can simply click on the memory slot number to the left of the loaded GamePack to open the GCI. As soon as you select your preferred settings, close the GCI and click the PROGRAM DEVICE button. To select the GamePack you wish to use on your console, press the Memory Slot button on the CronusMAX PLUS so that it highlights the corresponding number on the LED (so if you have a GamePack loaded to Memory Slot 1, the LED on the CronusMAX PLUS should display the number 1).

 
To Navigate Between Classes:

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Goes Down
 
To Navigate Between Mods Within the Current Class:

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Goes Down
 

 

GamePack Classes and Mods
 
Battlefield 1 - x22DOT Edition
 
 

 

GamePack Demo & Review Videos
 

Battlefield 1 GamePack Demo

 

Battlefield 1 GamePack Review

Thanks to GL0ZZ3N Tech Reviews

1
Class 1
In Game Soldier Button Layout
Want to use the game specific control options but other Mods make this impossible and only allow you to use the universal layouts? No problem. All the 'Soldier Button' options are covered here.
 
A brand new feature is that you can now also swap Bumpers/Triggers (LB/L1)/(LT/L2) and (RB/R1)/(RT/R2), and the GamePack will automatically adjust all the Mods to your preferred layout without the need to change any in game settings!
 
NOTE: Setting this Class is very important. If you don't select the correct layout that you are using In Game, some of the Mods in this GamePack will not function correctly.
 
TIP
To get to the Controls Menu Screen simply go to OPTIONS > CONTROLS > CONTROL SCHEMES menu then select the desired SOLDIER BUTTONS layout.

 
 
MOD
Name
 
0
Default
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
1
Alternate
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
2
Lefty
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
3
Lefty Alternate
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
4
Default Bumper/Trigger Swap
The Bumpers and Triggers are swapped automatically (LB/L1)/(LT/L2) and (RB/R1)/(RT/R2).
5
Alternate Bumper/Trigger Swap
The Bumpers and Triggers are swapped automatically (LB/L1)/(LT/L2) and (RB/R1)/(RT/R2).
6
Lefty Bumper/Trigger Swap
The Bumpers and Triggers are swapped automatically (LB/L1)/(LT/L2) and (RB/R1)/(RT/R2).
7
Lefty Alternate Bumper/Trigger Swap
The Bumpers and Triggers are swapped automatically (LB/L1)/(LT/L2) and (RB/R1)/(RT/R2).
 

2
Class 2
In Game Soldier Stick Layout
Select the analog stick layout you use in game so the GamePack knows which one you aim with. All the 'Soldier Stick' options are covered here.
 
NOTE: Setting this Class is very important. If you don't select the correct layout that you are using In Game, some of the Mods in this GamePack will not function correctly.
 
TIP
To get to the Controls Menu Screen simply go to OPTIONS > CONTROLS > CONTROL SCHEMES menu then select the desired SOLDIER STICKS layout.

 
 
MOD
Name
 
0
Default
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
1
Southpaw
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
2
Legacy
Click Here for Hi-Res layout screenshot.
 

3
Class 3
In Game Soldier Zoom Sensitivity
This is used for the Aim Assist Mod in Class 4, and controls how sensitive looking around will be when you are zoomed in with a weapon. You have to set the In Game setting 'Soldier Zoom Sensitivity' to the percentage that works best for you, then tell the GamePack which settings you have chosen.
 
I would also recommend increasing both the soldier stick and vehicle stick sensitivities, as you want to be able to look around as fast as possible. I personally use 30% for both, but I would recommend that you experiment on the campaign to find the best level for you. In games such as Call of Duty, changing your sensitivity also affects the sensitivity when aiming, so it’s harder to play with higher sensitivities, since it’s very hard to aim. However, on Battlefield 1, you can change the Soldier Zoom Sensitivity independently; I would definitely recommend lowering your zoom sensitivity, in order to maintain a high accuracy when aiming.
 
You don’t want your gun flying all over the place, especially since the time to kill is quite high in Battlefield, so you have to put a fair few bullets into your enemies to kill them. This makes it vital to keep your gun on your target using small and precise movement.
 
NOTE: Setting this Class is very important. If you don't select the correct layout that you are using In Game, the Aim Assist Mod will not function correctly.
 
TIP
To get to the Controls Menu Screen simply go to OPTIONS > CONTROLS > BASIC menu then select the desired SOLDIER ZOOM SENSITIVITY settings.

 
 
If you are using a Mouse it's usually recommended that you set all your sensitivity options to 100% to eliminate any smoothing and dead zones.
 
MOD
Name
0
Mod Disabled
1
Sensitivity 0% - 25%
2
Sensitivity 26% - 50% (Recommended)
3
Sensitivity 51% - 75%
4
Sensitivity 76% - 100% (Default)
5
Sensitivity 101% - 200%
 

4
Class 4
Aim Assist
Having a good aim in Battlefield 1 is vital. Since the time to kill is much shorter than in other games, such as Call of Duty, this means that you need to register only a small number of your shots in order to get a kill. This Mod allows you to exploit the In Game Aim Assist Feature to be 'Always On' inside the In Game Aim Assist range.
 
Having a good aim in Battlefield 1 is vital, since the time to kill is slightly longer than in other games such as Call of Duty, meaning that you need to register more of your shots in order to get a kill. This Mod forces the game's built in Aim Assist feature to be always on.
 
New Feature: Aim Assist is now tuned for both Controllers and for Mouse users! (Note: To use a GamePack with Mouse & Keyboard will require 2 x CronusMAX or a XIM4)
 
NOTE
To trick the Aim Assist to be always on, we use a cheeky exploit that will make your Crosshair wiggle just a little bit :)

 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Mod Enabled (Controller)
Works best with a controller.
2
Mod Enabled (Mouse)
Works best with a mouse (Requires 2 x CronusMAX PLUS or a XIM4)
 

5
Class 5
Anti-Recoil Control System
The weapons in Battlefield 1 have quite a bit of kick, so you really have to learn how to compensate with them. The Anti-Recoil Control System is a brand new Mod that no longer relies on the old Anti-Recoil method of 'static' pulldown. It now knows when to stop in every direction (Y and X Axis) to prevent unwanted compensation when aiming up and aiming down!
 
We have developed a new feature for weapons with a Bipod attachment as when you are in prone position there is already zero recoil, but with the Anti-Recoil Mod there would be unwanted recoil compensation. The new Bipod Mode disables Anti-Recoil when you lie down on the ground which deploys your Bipod, then automatically activates itself once you stand up again.
 
The Bipod is an attachment for several weapons, mostly Light Machine Guns, Semi-Automatic Rifles, and Bolt-Action Rifles. It is automatically and quickly deployed whenever you are near a suitable surface or prone. You also have more ready access to the accuracy and stability bonuses provided by the Bipod. Bipods can be used on top of nearby vehicles and crouched players.
 
The AT Rocket Gun, an assault gadget, has an integrated bipod - the player must have the bipod deployed in order to shoot the weapon.
 
Note: This new system also fixes the XIM4 Mouse jittering issues that users have been experiencing.
 
The adjustable parameter sets how much the compensation should be. As always the strength depends on the type of weapon used.
 
HOW TO ADJUST RECOIL CONTROL IN GAME
You can adjust the Recoil Control and test your settings within the game. (When In Menu Mode: LB/L1 Decrease Weight - RB/R1 Increase Weight - RT/R2 Test).

Increases
Weight of Recoil
Decreases
Weight of Recoil
Test Current
Weight of Recoil


TIP
If your weapon is moving UP when you fire, you need a LARGER number in the adjustable parameter.

If your weapon is moving DOWN when you fire, you need a SMALLER number in the adjustable parameter.

NOTE
The Anti-Recoil Control System in Battlefield 1 only affects weapons that use ADS/SCOPE, because hip firing weapons are spread based and have no recoil effect.

 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Anti-Recoil
Adjustable
Anti-Recoil Control is activated while firing and aiming.
2
Inverted-Y Anti-Recoil
Adjustable
Anti-Recoil Control with Inverted-Y Axis is activated while firing and aiming.
3
Anti-Recoil - Bipod Mode
Adjustable
Anti-Recoil Control is activate while firing and aiming. Bipod mode is active.
4
Inverted-Y Anti-Recoil - Bipod Mode
Adjustable
Anti-Recoil Control with Inverted-Y Axis is activated while firing and aiming. Bipod mode is active.
 

6
Class 6
Rapid Fire
When Rapid Fire is enabled, you can turn virtually any semi automatic weapon into a fully automatic weapon. This creates a very unique advantage for players using semi automatic weapons. The Rapid Fire speed has also been set to its maximum possible rate therefore no adjustable settings are required and the timings are optimized for every gun, bypassing all Mod blocks within the game! Be sure to use with the new Anti-Recoil Control System for a truly devastating experience.
 
To help you out, here's a handy link to a comprehensive stats list of all weapons and gadgets for Battlefield 1 - Click Here Thanks to Eurogamer.net
 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Always On
Rapid Fire is enabled and optimized to be as fast as possible.
2
Primary Weapon Only
Rapid Fire is only enabled when the Primary weapon is equipped and is optimized to be as fast as possible. Reset the weapon state by pressing (LT/L2 + DPAD DOWN).
3
Secondary Weapon Only
Rapid Fire is only enabled when the Secondary weapon is equipped and is optimized to be as fast as possible. Reset the weapon state by pressing (LT/L2 + DPAD DOWN).
 

7
Class 7
Auto Spot
Automatically spot your opponents from across the battlefield. With Auto Spot active your character will mark where your opponents are located simply by looking in their general direction. A ridiculous advantage in team matches. This Mod saves you the trouble of constantly tapping the spot button by attempting to spot enemies as fast as the game allows.
 
NOTE
The mechanics of Auto Spot have been changed since BF4 so they're a little more strict than what you're probably used to if you've been using the Auto Spot feature with Battlefield games in the past.

 
MOD
Name
 
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Always On
Mod is always spotting, however it is off by default - you must toggle via the In Game SPOT Button.
2
Fire Only
Mod only spots while firing.
3
Scope Only
Mod only spots while aiming.
4
Fire or Scope
Mod only spots while aiming or firing.
 

8
Class 8
Auto Sprint
If you are tired of constantly pressing the left analog stick to make your character sprint, Auto Sprint is just what you've been looking for.
 
NOTE: Auto Sprint Mod CAN be used with Sniper Breath and Quick Scope simultaneously.
 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Always On
Your character will always sprint when you move forward.
2
Press Sensitive
Your character will sprint if the analog stick is FULLY pressed forward. The character will walk at regular speed if the analog stick is only slightly pressed forward.
 

9
Class 9
Sniper Breath
This Mod is specially designed for sniper rifles. Upon activation, the Mod will automatically hold the sniper's breath when scoping. The player no longer has to push the left analog stick to hold breath.
 
NOTE: Sniper Breath Mod CAN be used with Auto Sprint and/or Quick Scope simultaneously.
 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Mod Enabled
Automatically holds breath while aiming with the scope.
 

10
Class 10
Quick Scope
Quick Scope is widely used in Battlefield games. The idea behind quick scope is to use a sniper rifle, scope IN and fire the shot as the gun scopes in. Perfecting the aiming and timing will allow you to become a one-man commando with your sniper rifle.
 
TIP
This Mod is SUPER DEADLY with shotguns too. It adds the accuracy bonus you get from aiming, just like the sniper rifle.

 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Mod Enabled
Timing Adjustable (ms)
The Mod will automatically scope in, take a shot, and scope out. You can adjust the zoom in time.
 

11
Class 11
Hair Triggers
Battlefield 1 applies a "dead-zone" to the trigger buttons, which means the triggers need to be pressed almost half way down before they are registered by the game. When using this Mod, the LT/L2 and RT/R2 triggers are digitally converted so that they perform with ultra sensitivity without having to hardwire any extra components to your controller - saving both your warranty and money!
 
With this Hair Trigger Mod you can ensure your weapon will fire at the slightest amount of pressure.
 
MOD
Name
Description
0
Mod Disabled
 
1
Mod Enabled
Mod is active. Makes the Triggers work like a Triggerstop only much better!
 
 

 

Combining Mod Classes
 
This GamePack allows you choose and combine one Mod from each Class, making it possible to have a total of 7 active Mods at the SAME TIME (3 of the Mods are In Game Options and 1 of the Mods can't be used at the same time as another - see the note below). This means you can make combinations such as Aim Assist or Hair Triggers added to the Rapid Fire.
 
The Anti-Recoil Control System and Quick Scope can also be optimized by tuning the adjustable parameter. That means you can adjust how much the Mod will Control your Recoil In Game or when the Sniper Rifle is going to shoot, giving you an unbeatable edge over your opponent.
 
Experiment and use whatever combinations that suit your playing style best. The possibilities are endless!
 
Note: You cannot combine Quick Scope Mod with Anti-Recoil Control System Mod.
 

 

Quick Reference: Classes and Mods
 
01: IN GAME SOLDIER BUTTON LAYOUT
02: IN GAME SOLDIER  STICK LAYOUT
03: IN GAME SOLDIER ZOOM SENSITIVITY
00: Default
01: Alternate
02: Lefty
03: Lefty Alternate
04: Default (Bumper/Trigger Swap)
05: Alternate (Bumper/Trigger Swap)
06: Lefty (Bumper/Trigger Swap)
07: Lefty Alternate (Bumper/Trigger Swap)
 
00: Default
01: Southpaw
02: Legacy
 
00: Sensitivity 0% - 25%
01: Sensitivity 26% - 50%
02: Sensitivity 51% - 75%
03: Sensitivity 76% - 100%
04: Sensitivity 101% - 200%
 
04: AIM ASSIST
05: ANTI-RECOIL CONTROL SYSTEM
06: RAPID FIRE
00: Mod Disabled
01: Mod Enabled (Controller)
02: Mod Enabled (Mouse)
 
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Anti-Recoil (Adjustable)
02: Inverted-Y Anti-Recoil (Adjustable)
03: Anti-Recoil - Bipod Mode (Adjustable)
04: Inverted-Y Anti-Recoil - Bipod Mode (Adjustable)
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Always On
02: Primary Only
03: Secondary Only
 
07: AUTO SPOT
08: AUTO SPRINT
09: SNIPER BREATH
00: Mod Disabled
01: Always On (Toggle via SPOT Button)
02: Fire Only
03: Scope Only
04: Fire or Scope
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Always On
02: Press Sensitive
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Mod Enabled
10: QUICK SCOPE
11: HAIR TRIGGERS
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Mod Enabled (Adjustable)
 
00: Mod Disabled
01: Mod Enabled