If you subscribe to EA and Origin Access you will be happy to know that Battlefield 1 is available right now on Xbox One and PC. Early access to the game was originally supposed to go live tomorrow but Battlefield 1 early access for Xbox One and PC has gone live a day early. This should make fans happy.
Subscribers who want to can download the game right now and start playing the Battlefield 1 Play First Trial. Better get on that so you can beat your friends.
Subscribers usually get the complete game but only a limited amount of time to play it before it’s publicly released. This time around the trial for Battlefield 1 is not only restricted by time but by content too. The Play First Trial doesn’t bring the complete game for EA and Origin Access members. I suppose that’s the bad news to counter the news about it arriving a day early.
You will get ten hours of play time with this version of Battlefield 1 that includes two missions from the single-player campaign, four game modes, and five multiplayer maps. Any and all progress made during the trial will carry over to the full game when it’s officially released. So there’s that. The next early access round begins on October 18th for those who bought the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition of Battlefield 1. In that case, you will get the full game two days early before it’s officially released for everyone on October 20th. The game will be released for PlayStation 4 on the same day.
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