DICE together with EA, did a great job when it came to support for the Xbox One. EA Access lets gamers play a continually expanding collection of games and also gives them privileged access to certain games before anybody else. This is what’s happening with Battlefield 1 out on October 21st.
Initially, Battlefield 1 underwent a beta test that went live in August. It was limited to one map and two modes for multiplayer, but fans were happy to test it out nonetheless. The Access Play First Trial from EA comes with many more features such as five maps (together with the Sinai Desert map present in the test version), a couple more levels from the campaign and four multiplayer modes. Many people are worried that if they play the trial and progress, they will have to start over again in the full version. However, the company assured everybody that progress will indeed be transferred to the final game to not lose anything.
The First Trial for the game will only last ten hours and you might want to use it to the fullest. If you launch the game, you will get a dog tag but if you play the game the entire ten hours, you will also receive a free Battlepack when the final game is out.
If you’re a member of the EA Access program, you can also enjoy a 10% discount on a pre-order for Battlefield 1. Also, if you’re not interested in the bonuses offered by EA, you can simply pre-order the physical version of the game from Amazon. to playing the First Trial, launch the EA Access on Xbox One and search for Battlefield 1 there.
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