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Battlefield 1 Beta File Size Reportedly Revealed

News Bot Aug 25, 2016

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    With the Battlefield 1 open beta scheduled to begin in just a few more days, the client has apparently appeared on the Xbox Store. While you of course can't play it, we do learn the Xbox One file size: 6.2 GB.
    This information comes from Battlefield fan site Battlefield Bulletin. You can see the Battlefield 1 open beta product page in the tweet below.
    [Report] The #BF1 open beta has appeared on #XB1. It's not available for download yet. Size: 6,2GB. Via @JK_0005. pic.twitter.com/VKxXoG2gY8
    — Battlefield Bulletin (@BFBulletin) 24 augustus 2016
    The product page for the Battlefield 1 beta does not yet appear to be available on all Xbox One systems, as GameSpot's search for it this morning yielded no results. It's also not listed yet on Origin or the PlayStation Store. We'll report back with new details on the Battlefield 1 beta as they become available.
    Everyone can start playing, on all platforms, beginning on August 31. If you're a Battlefield Insider who signed up before August 21, you will be able to play early.
    The Battlefield 1 beta takes place on the Sinai Desert map, which supports up to 64 players and features horses and a deadly armored train, as well as dynamic weather. You can read more about the Sinai Desert map through GameSpot's previous coverage.
    Battlefield 1 launches on October 21, though you can play early if you're willing to pay more. In other news about the game, we recently learned all about its $50 DLC pass and what it comes with.


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