DICE released Battlefield 1 community test environment (CTE) for the PC users so they can try out the upcoming updates and additional content before they get officially released.

Luckily, the CTE is now available for download for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers. The word was shared by Battlefield Bulletin on twitter and other sources as well. The console gamers can access the feature by downloading the giant 40 GB update and then opt for the “CTE” inside “More” from the main menu. It must be noted that the premium pass is required in order to access the CTE.

The CTE is a great features as it allows Battlefield 1 players to try out the forthcoming updates and patches for the title so all the tweaks should be fully tested by the players and they can directly report any issues and instability caused by the update. The fan feedback will help developers to overcome all the odds and they officially roll out the scheduled update.

See also: Battlefield 1 Revolution Edition Appears Online, Includes Base Game and Premium Pass

Earlier this week, we reported that DICE maybe planning to release a Battlefield 1 Revolution edition that will include the base game along with all the expansion packs confirmed for the game. While the studio will also release a new expansion pack entitled “In The Name Of The Tsar” next month that will add new maps and armor to the game.

Battlefield 1 is now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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