Dice is looking closely at the highly played Battlefield 1 beta, and has outlined some of the changes it has planned for the final release.
The biggest changes are the ones coming to Conquest mode. Daniel Berlin, lead world designer on Battlefield 1, wrote on Battlefield's blog, "The next time you play the game, capturing the objectives AND getting kills will both contribute towards the final score of a Conquest match."
Other changes include ambiguous changes coming to Rush mode, weapon and vehicle balancing, and more tools to deal with vehicles earlier in matches. Specific callouts include the light tank, which is "too effective" according to Berlin and the fact that horses can take too many bullets. You can expect them to take fewer hits when the game comes out.
For more Battlefield 1, you can check out this hilarious compilation of glitches from the beta. Battlefield 1 releases October 21.