Battlefield 1 trial is now available to download and play for Xbox One and PC users as part of the Origin Access and EA Access subscriptions.
The trial download can be accessed from the Vault section of EA Access on Xbox One or Origin Access on PC. Both subscriptions are separate from each other so if someone has EA Access but wants to try out the game on PC, they will have to subscribe to Origin Access as well.
The Battlefield 1 Trial is a limited part of the game which will be available at launch or to those who purchase the Early Enlisters Deluxe Edition. Not only does the Battlefield 1 Trial only allows for 10 hours of gameplay, it also contains just 5 multiplayer maps out of the total 9 that will be available at launch.
Those interested in the campaign will be able to try out the first 2 missions of the Battlefield 1 Singleplayer mode and decide whether they want to invest more time in the story or not once the game is launched.
The five multiplayer maps included in this Play First trial are St. Quentin Scar from the game’s first reveal gameplay, Amiens, Sinai Desert which was also in the open beta, Fao Fortress and Suez. Players will be able to try these maps in four modes: Conquest, Rush, Operations and Domination.
The Battlefield 1 trial will require a 40.39 GB download on PC which expands up to 47 GB on PC while the Xbox One version is around 45GB.
Fans who do end up trying the Play First trial before 20th October will also unlock unique in-game items and all their progress will carry over to the final game release. They will also be entitled to a 10% discount on the game price as long as they are a member of EA Access or Origin Access.
Battlefield 1 is scheduled to release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on 21st October while those with the Early Enlisters Deluxe Edition get to play 3 days early starting from 18th October.