So who sat down and played the Battlefield 1 Beta and what did you think of it? Well if you did you made history as EA have informed us that it was the biggest Beta Test of a game in EA’s history. A staggering 13.2 Million players logged on over the beta to sample what the game had to offer, and in true fashion the team behind Battlefield have put together an infographic to highlight this.
The team then followed on to say how the feedback they gained from the Beta was invaluable and changes will be made to the game to reflect some of the comments and suggestions players made, so watch this space.
Battlefield 1 launches worldwide October 21st but for players with EA Access or Origin Access you will be able to get your hands on the game on October 13th. Stay tuned for further information or check out the official Battlefield website for the latest updates.
If you were one of the many that signed up as a Battlefield Insider to get your hands on an early access code for the Battlefield 1 Beta then you should check your emails. Starting early this morning EA have been firing out messages to all insider members with access codes to the Beta. So what can we expect?
The Battlefield 1 Open Beta will include both Conquest and Rush modes in the Sinai Desert, a map set in the Middle Eastern theater of World War I. Also as a little added bonus if you reach rank 15 and play on a least four different days, you will unlock a Battlefield 1 Beta Dog Tag when the game launches on October 21.
So what are you waiting for, redeem your code now and start downloading. For those who haven’t received a code don’t worry, the Battlefield Open Beta will be available to all starting tomorrow, August 31st.
For further information about the Battlefield 1 Beta then check out the games Official Site.