We have some good news for you if you are planning to enjoy classic World War 1 violence this weekend.
Battlefield has been a topic of conversation for FPS fans lately, due to the exciting details revealed by EA Play Live streaming revealed regarding Battlefield 2042. The game won’t be released for a few more months. Therefore, in the meantime for those who want to partake in the old-fashioned World War 1 violence, we’ve got great news for players.
Battlefield 1 is available for absolutely free this weekend, even through Xbox Live Gold.
As part of Xbox Live’s Free Play Days program, Battlefield 1 is free to play this weekend. You are able to download the game that’s a huge 74 GB. So ensure you have space to shoot enemies in a biplane using an action rifle that bolts. It is also possible to play other Xbox games for free right nowand include Cobra Kai The Karate Kid Sagaand Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Official Video Game. It’s a perfect weekend for those who is interested in historical combat YouTube Premium, and pole vaulting.
Battlefield 1 is also available on Steam this weekend for free. Or, if you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber and you wish to have the game for a lifetime, you can claim it until Prime Gaming until August 4th. It’s evident that Battlefield 1 is available nowand is an excellent opportunity to get on it.
This should be enough for us to survive until Battlefield 2042’s launch this year’s fall. With the Battlefield Portal, maps and modes from many games in the series are made available to players. The beta open-to-all players launch of Battlefield 2042 will be in September. We’ll have more information to take a look at.
We’ll have to stick by playing Battlefield 1 for the time beingIt’s an amazing shooter, even though there aren’t any tornadoes in the game.