If you are a Battlefield fan, then you should know that the Battlefield 1 BETA is finally here and it can be downloaded on your Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Since this is an OPEN BETA, everyone is able to download the game and test it out on the console or computer.
We remind you that anyone who had a Battlefield 1 Open Beta Early Access key was able to download and play the game since yesterday. However, if you were not that lucky to get an early access, you can start playing the game today.
Depending on the platform you decide to play the Battlefield 1 BETA on, the installation file has from 6.1GB up to 6.5GB in size. There are reports which say that the BETA will run for an entire week, which means that it will end on September 8, 2016.
Xbox One players will need to have an Xbox Live Gold membership in order to play the Battlefield 1 BETA, but if you decide to play this game on PS4 or PC, you won’t need any kind of membership (such as PlayStation Plus).
The Battlefield 1 BETA comes with a variety of maps and game modes, including the new Sinai Desert level, which will be one of the biggest Conquest stages of all time. The Sinai Desert map comes with a diverse gameplay experience and it will feature all the elements that “make Word War I a perfect setting for a Battlefield game”. This map will also include tanks and planes along with armored trains that will spawn in order to make it more challenging for the winning team.
DICE has said that the Sinai Desert map has a different weather system compared to the other maps in the game. It seems that this map will feature occasional sandstorms that will greatly reduce the visibility and make it harder to fly. However, skilled pilots will still be able to keep that plane in the sky. Pilots will also be able to shake off attackers by flying through canyons without crashing.
Battlefield 1 will be officially released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC on October 21, 2016.
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