Release of the most awaited shooter of this year, the Battlefield 1 is getting closer and the hype is increasing more and more among the Battlefielders. The game takes us way back to the World War I, having horses, trenches, pigeons, swords and much more to make players feel that how the great war was fought.

Developers at DICE have revealed more info related to the game’s First Play Trial, early access to the Battlefield 1 and confirmed that the players can start playing the shooter from October 13th, eight days before the official release of the game with EA Access and Origin Access. The First Play Trial will allow the subscribers to play for about 10 hours, including five maps, four modes and two campaign missions such as Amiens, Fao Fortress, St. Quentin Scar, Sinai Desert, and Suez in the Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination modes while missions of Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood respectively.

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According to the developer, the game progress players made through the First Play Trial will be carried to the full game when it officially launches. “After the release of the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition, the rest of the maps and modes will open up (unless you’ve used all of your play time, that is),”

Early Enlister Deluxe Edition will be launched during the trail play, on October 18th whereas the First Play Trial will be ending on October 20th. DICE also listed the perks which will be awarded to those having early access to the game through the trail and these are mentioned as below;

  • Exclusive Trench Raider Dog Tag
  • Battlepack for playing the full ten-hour trial
  • EA Access and Origin Access members get 10% off if they decide to buy the full Battlefield 1 game.

It must be noted that this First Play Trial is only available for PC and Xbox One gamers. Battlefield 1 is set for release on October 21st for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more!

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