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Battlefield 1 Early Access Beta Date Revealed

It looks like Battlefield Insiders will be able to dive into Battlefield 1 a day early, as the official start dates for the early access beta were shared in a recent Twitter update.

According to the Battlefield account, those who signed up for EA’s Insider program and set their platform preference by August 21 will be granted access to the beta on August 30. Early access codes will be emailed to Insiders soon, while those without a code will be granted access to the beta on August 31. How long the beta is expected to last, however, is currently unknown. As reported by GameSpot, the file size for the Xbox One beta client will be 6.2GB.

The Battlefield 1 beta will take place across the Sinai Desert map; located in the blistering heat of Eastern El-Jifar. Two modes will also be included: Conquest, a large-scale skirmish of up to 64 players in which soldiers fight for control of main objectives, as well as Rush, featuring a smaller count of 24, where attackers must use explosives to destroy the telegraph posts of the defending force.

Battlefield 1 releases on October 21 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

[Source: GameSpot]

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