Electronic Arts Revealed The Battlefield 1 Rental Server Prices

Electronic Arts has revealed the Battlefield 1 Rental Server for PC and Consoles along with the launch date for the rental server program.

Last week EA announced that the company will be handling the Battlefield 1 rental server program without the help of any third party company, and the rental servers will not be available at launch. Now EA has revealed the prices for Battlefield 1 rental server program.

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EA not only revealed the prices for the Battlefield 1 rental servers, but also announced that they will be launching the program in November, but did not specified any date.


  • 1 day: $2.99
  • 7 days: $11.99
  • 30 days: $42.99
  • 90 days: $99.99
  • 180 days: $149.99


  • 1 day: $1.99
  • 7 days: $7.99
  • 30 days: $26.99
  • 90 days: $64.99
  • 180 days: $99.99

Also EA has detailed the Battlefield 1 App for iOS and Android and for some reason it is also available for Windows 10 mobile devices. With the help of this app players can keep track of their Battlefield stats, classes, and much more.

Jumping into the Battlefield Companion you’ll notice its new refreshed look, improved navigation, and support for Battlefield 1. The Battlefield Companion will enable you to track Battlefield progress, customize your loadout, connect with friends, and more.

Battlefield 1 uses dynamic resolution scaling to achieve 60 frames per second on consoles, however, this very same technique has caused a glitch for some PlayStation 4 players. The dynamic resolution scaling causes the game’s resolution to drop to 160 x 90p in an attempt to keep the game at 60 frames per second.


On the other hand, despite of using dynamic resolution scaling, Battlefield 1 does not run at smooth 60 frames per second. According to the frame rate test of Battlefield 1 on PlayStation 4, the game stil needs some fine tunning as the game drops to 30 frames per second in intense action sequences, and stays mostly in 40-50 frame per second range

Battlefield 1 is scheduled to launch on October 21, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Those who grabbed the Early Enlister’s Edition for the game are already enjoying it.

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