Check out the latest Battlefield 1 trailer to be released, this time focussing on the Single Player Campaign. However unlike previous Battlefield games, this single player story in Battlefield 1 actually takes you through several different perspectives and characters in World War 1. This allows you to experience a truly immersive account of what it was like for the people rather than just the battles.
Whether you’re a young soldier assigned as a tank driver to a British Mark V Tank crew, or the right hand to Lawrence of Arabia or even a pilot going up against the infamous Red Baron, the single player will truly deliver something for everyone.
Battlefield 1 will release worldwide for Xbox One and PC on October 21 (or the 18th if you pre-order the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition). But your next chance to play is coming sooner than that – EA Access* and Origin Access* members can deploy on October 13 when the Play First Trial for Battlefield 1 releases, giving members ten hours of game time at the dawn of all-out war. For further information about any of the above or Battlefield 1 in general, check out the Official Website.