We are closer than ever to the release of Battlefield V which is based on the World War 2. There are three months remaining before the game officially releases to the public but real Battlefield V fans can jump into the game earlier than everyone else with early access.
DICE has finally announced the dates of Battlefield 5 early access and it’s going to come first for the Origin access members on October 11. Those with Origin access membership will be able to get to play the first trial of the game on October 11 like Battlefield 1 last year. You will be able to play up to 10 hours which includes multiplayer modes and maps, you can also play some selective single player missions before time runs out.
If you are interested in playing Battlefield V earlier than everyone else, you can get Origin access membership for $4.99 a month or $29.99 annually. You’ll have to pre-order the game separately to play on October 19 or get Deluxe Edition which starts the game on October 16.
If you are not a member of Origin then don’t worry because you can play the game early starting on October 16 by pre-ordering the Deluxe version of the game which will give you three day earlier access than the regular version. Alongside pre-order, you will also get 5 paratrooper outfits, special assignments, some Battlefield 1 weapons and 20 weekly in-game items.
You can start pre-loading the game on October 12 so you don’t have to waste your time downloading as it is expected to be around 60 GB in size which is time taking if you have a slow internet.
Alpha of the game was a success and DICE has officially announced that open beta of the game will take place in September so keep an eye on your inbox.
Battlefield V is scheduled to release on October 19 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.