If you had been enjoying the open beta for Battlefield 1, you aren’t going to have to wait too long until you get your hands on the game again. The newest Battlefield, complete will all kinds of action that takes place in World War I launches Oct. 21.
If you have Origin Access on your PC or EA Access on your Xbox One, you’ll get to play even earlier. Details emerged on Friday that the play first trial for both services will go live on Oct. 13. As has been the case for other games that get the Play First trial players will be able to sample 10 hours of Battlefield 1 before the rest of the world gets its hands on it.
According to Battlefield.com, the Play First trial will give Xbox One and PC players access to five maps and four modes up until Oct. 18. The maps include the St. Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez in the the Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination modes.
There is also going to be at least a little taste of the single player campaign. Reportedly users will be able to play the Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood missions. On Oct. 18, the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition launches, given people who purchased that edition but don’t have EA or Origin Access the ability to play Battlefield 1 three days early. When that edition goes live, Play First Trial users will get access to even more maps.
As is usually the case with these kinds of games, any progress you make before Oct. 21 will carry over when the full game unlocks. Those who have EA and Origin Access will also get 10 percent off the purchase price of Battlefield 1 should they choose to purchase the full game. Battlefield 1 is officially available on Xbox One, PC and PS4 on Oct. 21.