If you want to get your hands on Battlefield 1 early, grab yourself a £3.99 per month Origin Access subscription and you’ll be able to play the WW1 shooter from October 13.
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EA have revealed all the details about the upcoming game’s Origin Access trial. The trial gives you access to Battlefield 1 a full week before its release on October 21, though you’re capped at ten hours of play.
It’s also not the full game, but you will be able to playfive maps and four modes, including Amiens, St. Quentin Scar, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez in Rush, Conquest, Operations, and Domination modes.
Two missions -Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood – are also available from the single-player, giving us a small taste of the campaign.
Whatever you choose to do, progress will carry over into the full game when it releases, and if you play the full ten hours before October 20 you’ll also unlock a Battlepack to use in the game.
As for other options, anyone who buys the Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition can play the full game from October 18, at which point all the modes and maps will unlock for Origin Access, assuming you haven’t used up all your playtime.