Battlefield 1 open beta starts on August 31, 2016
EA has finally released the official trailer of the upcoming Battlefield 1 game. The game is expected to be released on October 21, 2016 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.
However, it seems that the company will start an Open Beta for Battlefield 1 at the end of this month, on August 31, 2016. In addition, if you update your preferences on your Battlefield Insider account until August 21, 2016, you will get early access to the BETA on August 30, 2016.
Below you can see the trailer of the upcoming Battlefield 1 game:
According to EA, the Battlefield 1 Open BETA will come with the Sinia Desert map, but you should know that when the game will be officially released, it will include a couple of other maps. In addition, the company has confirmed that the game will come with two modes: Conquest and Rush.
Conquest mode is a large-scale game mode where 64 players can join the fight and try to gain control of key objectives. It is good to know that this is the game mode that most of the Battlefield fans enjoy playing.
On the other hand, the second game mode that you will be able to play during the Open Beta is Rush, which is a 24-player mode where the attackers will have to find and destroy the defending force’s Telegraph Posts (the Telegraph Posts are used to call in artillery strikes). The defenders will need to disarm explosive that the attackers will plant on the telegraph positions. In case a Telegraph Posts is destroyed, the defenders will need to fall back to the next sector and protect the Telegraph Posts located there.
You can already pre-order Battlefield 1 for $79.99 and have access to the game on October 21, 2016 when it is officially released.
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