Battlefield 1 EA Access Annoying Pop-up Trial Message Workaround

Battlefield 1 EA Access trial is now available to Xbox One users. However, there are annoying trial messages that keep popping up.

Battlefield 1 is now available to play on EA Access, exclusively for EA Access members. The is releasing publically on October 21 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

However, Xbox One members who are also EA Access subscribers can now download and play the game. While that is great news for EA Access members, there is an annoying issue affecting Battlefield 1 EA Access trial.

While playing Battlefield 1, players are constantly disturbed by a popup message regarding their trial’s remaining period. The message appears over and over, making things highly frustrating for Battlefield 1 players.

Thankfully, there is a workaround that will fix this problem once and for all.

What you need to do is reset your Xbox One console. Don’t worry, your games and apps will be safe. Here’s what you need to do. Go to settings and reset your console by selecting “Reset and keep my games & apps” option.

You should use this option as your primary choice when troubleshooting. It will reset the OS and delete all potentially corrupted data without deleting your games or apps. This will save you from downloading or reinstalling the large game files. In some cases, if a corrupt game file is causing the issue you’re troubleshooting, you may have to choose Reset and remove everything, but you should always start with Reset and keep my games & apps and save Reset and remove everything as a last resort.

This should fix the problem and let you play Battlefield 1 without any annoying popup messages on Xbox One. For more on Battlefield 1, stay tuned!

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