Battlefield 1 early access Play First Trial was set to go live tomorrow for EA Access and Origin Access members, but it seems to have gone up a day early. Subscribers found that even though the Play First Trial is being promoted for tomorrow, the game can be downloaded now on both Xbox and PC.
Like the name implies, the Play First Trial is only a trial of the game: the full game will be available in a second early access round on October 18 and the game will be officially released worldwide on October 21. Progress from either of the early access rounds will carry over to the game's release.
The Play First Trial includes:
- 10 hours of game time
- 5 maps
- 4 modes
- 2 single player campaign missions
If you play through all 10 hours before October 20, you'll get a free Battlepack when the game is released. On October 18, the rest of the game will be unlocked and the second early access round will be opened up for anyone who bought the Early Enlister Deluxe edition.
Don't know if your computer can handle Battlefield 1? Check out the system requirements. If you're curious about the gameplay itself, check out our Battlefield 1 Beta: Breakdown or 12 Nerve-Shredding Minutes Of Battlefield 1 Gameplay.