Players who have an EA Access subscription can get hold of the Battlefield 1 trial a day earlier than expected, as the game has now gone live on the system and is now available to download. It was initially due to go online on October 13.
According to reports, the trial comes in at 44.95 GB of data, meaning it will likely take some time to download. However, players only have to download around 25% of that before they can launch Battlefield 1 and begin playing the story campaign.
This version of the game will be available to any EA Access subscriber and will give them 10 hours of gameplay. Users can spread that between the multiplayer and singleplayer campaign. There are five maps and two game modes on offer in the multiplayer section, while the campaign has two missions in the form of Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood.battlefield