Battlefield 1 will reportedly be shared for free

Battlefield 1 will reportedly be shared for free

If you are planning to buy Battlefield 1 these days - don't. So at least says Tom Henderson, a well-known whistleblower of unofficial information from the video game industry. Henderson claims Battlefield 1 will be free next week. And it's not free to try for a limited period, but players will be able to add the game to their collection and it will remain in their possession permanently.

Henderson isn’t sure which version of the game this will apply to, but most likely it will apply to the PC version of Battlefield 1.

This is not official information, and Henderson could easily be wrong, as he was wrong when he claimed that the new Battlefield would only be called Battlefield, and eventually called Battlefield 2042. However, we would not be surprised if the information on free Battlefield 1 is true, for several reasons:

  • EA Play Live is taking place next week, and chances are that Electronic Arts plans to draw the audience's attention to its presentation by sharing a free copy of the game.
  • Battlefield games have been shared for free before, such as Battlefield 3
  • Battlefield 1 is already a five-year-old game, available for $ 5 a month through the EA Play subscription and sold at three times lower prices than when it was released - EA would not lose too much if it was distributed to PC players, upcoming Battlefield 2042
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