'Battlefield 1' Release Date, News & Update: Free Trial For EA Access, Origin Access Released! Upcoming Game Hard & Brutal?

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Oct 13, 2016 12:17 PM EDT

The game aficionados can now play "Battlefield 1" as Electronic Art released the live trial earlier than expected. Players who have EA Access and Origin Access subscriptions will have the privilege to experience the game before its official release date next week.

'Battlefield 1' Free Trial For EA Access, Origin Access Released!

Gamers can download "Battlefield 1" on Xbox One, but it has to have 44.95 GB of free space or they can simply go to the Xbox Game Store's demo section for more guides, Eurogamer noted. EA now also allows Origin Access users to preload the game's trial version that weighs 40.39 GB on Windows PC. Fans can also view the trial as it is now live on Origin Access.

Polygon reported that "Battlefield 1" Play First Trial is supposed to be out on Oct. 13, but it comes a day earlier. The game enthusiasts were even surprised with the news. However, unlike the usual EA Access trials, the tryout for "Battlefield 1" will only offer two short gameplays and not the whole game. EA Access and Origin Access subscribers can play the campaign missions "Storm of Steel" and "Through Mud and Blood" for 10 hours.

The gamers, too, can enjoy the multiplayer action and four modes, which are Conquest, Rush, Operations and Domination. Other things included in "Battlefield 1" trial are the five maps, like St. Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez. Players who want to buy the whole game can continue their progress from the trial.

'Battlefield 1' A Hard, Brutal Game?

Meanwhile, Kotaku gave a review of "Battlefield 1" take to the Great War. "What follows is frontline combat. You are not expected to survive," the game's warning to the player before it starts. True to its words, the publication noted that no matter how much ammunitions one has it would never be enough to maintain the player's position. It was hard and brutal as a lot of men were set on fire alive, trenches filled with gas and artilleries killing friend and foe. "Battlefield 1" will be released on Oct. 21.

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