Battlefield 1 Beta Ends on Thursday, Round Timer Disabled for Conquest Mode
Play all you want through Thursday, September 8.
The Battlefield 1 beta will end this coming Thursday, September 8, EA has announced. Not only that, but the developer revealed a change for the game's Conquest mode related to match duration.
Specifically, an update for the beta released today disables the round timer for the Conquest mode. No changes have been announced for Rush, the Battlefield 1 beta's other mode.
Today's #Battlefield 1 Open Beta patch disables the round timer in Conquest Mode. Go capture those points! pic.twitter.com/VdWkI2JtqT— Battlefield (@Battlefield) September 5, 2016
The Battlefield 1 beta began on August 30 for Battlefield Insiders and launched for everyone on August 31. EA hadn't talked about when the beta would end before today, saying it was holding that information back for reasons unknown.
EA did not say exactly when the Battlefield 1 beta will end on September 8. We'll report back if the developer announces a specific end-time.
As announced previously, EA is giving away a Battlefield 1 Open Beta dog tag to everyone who reaches rank 15 and plays on four different days. Battlefield 1 launches on October 21 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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