Battlefield 1 is almost here and the hype among the fans is on the rise. We have a good news for the subscribers of EA Access and Origin Access as they can start playing one of the most anti cipated shooter of this year from today.

Last month, DICE announced that the Battlefield 1 will be playable by October 13th through the EA Access and Origin Access in the game’s First Play Trial. According to the details shared by DICE, the First Play Trial will allow the subscribers 10 hours of access to the game, including five multiplayer maps, four game modes and two campaign missions.

These maps include Amiens, Fao Fortress, St. Quentin Scar, Sinai Desert, and Suez, having game modes of Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination, whereas the first two missions will be Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood.

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The game progress players made through the First Play Trial will be carried to the full game when it officially launches along with some unique in-game items. EA Access and Origin Access members will get a 10% discount if they decide to buy the Battlefield 1. The game trial requires about 40.39 GB on the PC, which will go further till 47 GB after the launch, while the Xbox One version is about 45 GB.

Battlefield 1 is set for release on October 21st for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more!

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