Battlefield 1 is released later this month and the World War I shooter is arguably the most anticipated first-person shooter of the year. If you just can’t wait until the game’s release then worry not, EA has you covered.
On Battlefield 1’s official site, EA has announced that daily livestreams will be hosted until the game’s release. The statement read:
“We’ll have every map on display, from Sinai Desert to Suez and Ballroom Blitz. Each mode will be played as well, including new entries Operations and War Pigeons. They’ll be played by members of the Battlefield community team, as well as a bunch of special guests.”
Streams will begin tomorrow, on October 12, and will continue until release day. Each stream will be two hours long and begin at 1PM PT and end at 3PM PT, they can be viewed on the game’s Twitch page. You can go to the game’s site to see the full schedule.
Battlefield 1 launches on October 21 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Those who have EA Access subscriptions will be able to play it early on October 13. Those who have pre-ordered the Early Enlister edition can get in on the action on October 18. Are you ready for war?