EA/Origin Access Users Get To Play Battlefield 1 Early

EA has announced that EA/Origin Access will be able to play a trial version of Battlefield 1 on October 13th. While the trial is limited, it is great way to get a little head start in the game. The trial is only available on Xbox One and PC.

The trial will allow fans to play for ten hours and  There will be five maps and four modes compared the full release’s nine maps and six modes. Players will also be able to try out two campaign missions, Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood.

All progress mad in the trial will carry over into the full version of the game. EA/Origin members will also be able to get the game at a 10% discount.

Players who log into the early access between October 13 and the 20th will gain the Trench Raider dog tag. Those who play for the full ten hours will also be receive a Battlepack for the full game.

On October 18th, the Early Enlister edition releases all the remaining content. Unfortunately, if you already played through the ten hour demo then you will be unable to play this content until release day.

Battlefield 1 launches October 21st for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Here’s everything that will be available in the ten hour trial:


  • St. Quentin Scar
  • Amiens
  • Sinai Desert
  • Fao Fortress
  • Suez
  • Empire’s Edge (October 18-20 only)
  • Monte Grappa (October 18-20 only)
  • Argonne Forest (October 18-20 only)
  • Ballroom Blitz (October 18-20 only)


  • Conquest
  • Rush
  • Operations
  • Domination
  • War Piegons (October 18-20 only)
  • Team Deathmatch (October 18-20 only)






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