When Will the Battlefield 1 Beta End? DICE Isn't Saying
If you're a Battlefield Insider, your code is coming soon.
The Battlefield 1 open beta kicks off soon and, for planning purposes, you might be wondering how long it will last. Unfortunately, DICE isn't ready to say when the beta will wrap up.
In response to a fan's question about this, the official Battlefield Twitter channel said, "The open beta begins August 31st, but we don't have the end date just yet. Stay tuned for more beta info soon."
If you signed up to to the free Battlefield Insider service before August 21, you can start playing ahead of the official start date, though DICE has not yet offered any specific timing details.
Battlefield Insiders will receive an email containing a code to grab the Battlefield 1 beta on their platform of choice. There is no word yet, however, on when the codes will go out.
"We don't have a date on when the codes will be sent. Keep an eye on your inbox!" Battlefield said in another tweet. The beta is being held on all platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. It's an open beta, so come August 31, you can jump right in without needing a code.
The Battlefield 1 beta features the Sinai Desert map (featuring horses, a deadly armored train, planes, and dynamic weather) and the Conquest and Rush modes. The map supports up to 64 players.
Battlefield 1 launches on October 21 for all platforms. In other news, we recently learned about post-launch content coming to the game through its $50 DLC pass. Additionally, the beta's file size may have been revealed.
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