EA Access subscribers will be able to access Battlefield 1 a week before release.

Although the upcoming shooter releases formally on October 21, subscribers of the Xbox One and PC service will be able to play from October 13.

Like other trials, you’ll be able to download the game and access ten hours of gameplay, and your progress carries over should you go on to purchase the full game. But unlike some others, you won’t be able to access the entire game. Just four modes (Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination), available across five maps (St. Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress, and Suez).

You can also play early if you pre-order the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition, but that only gives access from October 18.

Microsoft recently unveiled two new Battlefield 1 Xbox One S bundles.

EA recently revealed details of a premium pass for Battlefield 1. The $50 expansion offers new maps, modes, classes, weapons, vehicles, and armies, all of which will come two weeks early to pass owners.

Short. Sweary. Sarky. Streamer. Spartan. Story-driven games make me happiest. Spectacularly bad at shooters, but loves them. Screams a lot playing horror games, but loves those, too.

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