Battlefield 1 Is Free For Xbox Live Gold Lately, Battlefield FPS fans were reminded of the surprising news regarding Battlefield 2042 in this week’s EA Play live stream. However, this game shouldn’t be released in a few months. In the meantime, if you want to indulge in some classic WWI-centric violence, we’ve got some great news for you.
Battlefield 1 – which came after Battlefield 4 and before Battlefield 5 because EA apparently can’t count – is available to play for free almost anywhere this weekend through Xbox Live Gold at the moment.
Battlefield 1 Is Free For Xbox Live Gold As part of Xbox Live’s free Play Day program, Battlefield 1 is free to play this weekend. That means you can download the game – which runs flawlessly up to GB4GB,
so make sure you have room – and enjoy shooting enemies from the biplane with a bolt-action rifle. Other games now available for free on Xbox include Cobra Kai: Karate Kid Saga Continues and Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – the official video game, so this is a great weekend for fans of historic fighting, premium YouTube shows. and polls.
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With the exception of the Xbox, Battlefield 1 will also be free to play on Steam all weekend. Or if you’re an Amazon Prime customer and want to keep the game forever, you can claim through Prime Gaming until August 4. Needless to say, if you’ve ever dreamed of playing Battlefield 1, there’s never been a better time.
2042 It will be enough for the tide around us until the battlefield begins this fall. It’ll come in the form of the ultimate battlefield experience with the Badfield Portal, which features a variety of maps and game modes from the series, including Bad Company 2 (now Bad Company 3 to You Cowards!). We’ll see more of Batfield’s 2022 offer on Is Lit.
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Until then we have to do Battlefield 1 which is a great shooter even though it doesn’t have a huge tornado spread across the map.