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Battlefield 1 EA Access Demo Lasts 10 Hours For You To Get A Good Grip
A Battlefield 1 EA Access demo is going to be coming to the EA Access service for subscribers to try the game out before it officially releases, to see if they enjoy it. While EA Access players have already gotten the opportunity to play the game’s open beta, now they’ll get to see what the full release looks like.
The Battlefield 1 EA Access demo will become available on October 13, around a week before Battlefield 1 actually comes out on October 21. Players that download the demo will be able to play the game for ten hours until they hit the time limit, giving them more than enough time to get a good feel for the game and whether they’ll like it or not, if they didn’t play the beta.
When EA opened the game to an open beta it was immensely successful, one of EA’s biggest betas ever, but there’s still the question of whether people will like the game if they didn’t get to play the beta and aren’t convinced by the hype machine and the gameplay that they’ve been given so far. If they’re a member of EA Access, however, they’ll be able to try the demo for themselves.
EA Access is EA’s special premium gaming service, which allows you early access to all of EA’s upcoming games, along with doing various free ten-hour trials like the Battlefield 1 EA Access demo that will become available next week. It’s fairly cheap too, only costing around thirty dollars a year.
The demo becomes available right before the weekend, too, so if you want to spend ten hours of your Saturday playing the game to see if you’ll enjoy it, you can easily do that as long as you’re an EA Access member.
Battlefield 1 comes out on October 21 for the PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4.