If you are a member of Origin Access or EA Access, we have some good news for you, because Electronic Arts advanced the Early Access trial of Battlefield 1, ie, you can play the game from now on Xbox One or PC.
EA has just announced that subscribers to the Origin Access service on a PC and the EA Access service on Xbox One can now make the preload of the trial version of Battlefield 1.
Initially, the early access for Battlefield 1 will debut on October 13 today, but it seems that there were changes in the plans of EA, because this advance is now available. For now, the company continues mentioning networks launch today, but GameSpot says it is possible to enter the game now.
The trial of Battlefield 1 in EA Access and Origin Access is a bit different from previous releases, because although players can download the full title, they will only have access to 10 hours of gameplay. In addition, this version only allows to play 2 single player missions, 4 multiplayer modes and participate in 5 different maps. However, all your progress can be taken to the full version of the title.
The second early access will arrive on October 18, with the launch of the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition of Battlefield 1. When this version is released, the full game will be unlocked, that means all those members of EA Access/Origin Access still having their 10 hours of gameplay, can try the full version. To top it off, all those who play Battlefield 1 of this form before October 20 will receive a Battlepack.
Do you want to play more of Battlefield 1? Remember that EA will be performing daily streams for 10 days. In addition, the studio explained how to operate the Battlepacks.