Battlefield 1 Premium Pass Going Free for a Limited Time, After the Battlefield 5 Beta Ends

Battlefield 1 Premium Pass Going Free for a Limited Time, After the Battlefield 5 Beta Ends

Bag yourself four expansions.

The Battlefield 5 beta might be dominating your FPS thoughts at the moment, but EA doesn't want you to forget about Battlefield 1. The BF5 beta kicked off today (for pre-orderers) and ends on September 11, and after the beta concludes the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass will be available for free.

This is a very generous offer from EA, but you'll only be able to get the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass for free for a limited time. It'll be available at no cost for exactly a week, between September 11 and 18, and it'd normally retail for $39.99 in total. Not a bad giveaway, so make sure you don't miss out.

All in all, the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass gives you access to four expansions: They Shall not Pass, In the Name of the Tsar, Turning Tides, and Apocalypse. You'll get 16 new maps in total for Battlefield 1 with the Premium Pass, along with 20 new weapons.

As for Battlefield 5, it's all set to launch in November, having recently been delayed by almost a month. For everything else you need to know about the next chapter in the franchise, head over to our Battlefield 5 guide, or for how to get access to the ongoing beta, check out our Battlefield 5 beta guide.

Hirun Cryer

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