Battlefield 1 Trial Now Features Italian Coast, Ballroom Blitz And More, Gets Beautiful 4K Screens

Francesco De Meo
Posted Oct 17, 2016
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After quite a long wait, Battlefield 1, the new entry of the series developed by DICE, will finally become available this week on all formats. EA and Origin Access subscribers can also try out the game with a 10-hour trial, and if you still have some time left for it, you will be happy to know that additional content has been made available in the past few hours.

The Battlefield 1 EA / Origin Access trial now allows players to play on additional maps such as Italian Coast, Ballroom Blitz, Argonne Forest and Monte Grappa, according to several online reports. If you cannot access the trial, but still want to see more of these maps, you can check out some gorgeous 4K screenshots which have been made available by reddit user Berdu.

More Battlefield 1 4K screenshots have been made available last week, showcasing some of the locations players will be seeing in the game’s single player campaign, and they look just as amazing as today’s screens do.

Last week, plenty of Battlefield 1 footage emerged online, showcasing some of the soon to be released game’s features such as the Amiens map played in the Operations play mode, an all new mode where players will have to win a series of interconnected battles  and the Dreadnought.

Last week, it’s also been confirmed that the PC version of Battlefield 1 will come with uncapped FPS as well as other features that have previously detailed. Recent benchmarks have also confirmed how the game is well optimized, so PC players shouldn’t have any problem with Battlefield 1 when it launches later this week.

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Battlefield 1 launches this week in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We will keep you updated on DICE’s upcoming first person shooter as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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