Battlefield 1 is free to play on Xbox One in September, 40%-off sale coming

Battlefield 1 has been well maintained, with three expansions hitting the game since its November 2016 launch. In The Name of the Tsar, the game's fourth expansion is rolling out on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC platforms tomorrow, September 19. Along with the expansion, developer DICE will also patch the game to offer HDR support. For anyone that hasn't jumped into Battlefield 1 yet, your chance to try it before you buy is coming soon.

The title will be free to play from September 22-24 for anyone that has a current Xbox Live Gold subscription. This is part of Microsoft's "Free Play Days" event that occurs on a monthly basis, where a specific game is selected to be free to play for a weekend. The Free Play Days access will limit players to the base version of Battlefield 1, but anyone that comes away impressed from the weekend of free play might be interested in a game sale that will be going on during the event.

From September 19 until September 25, Battlefield 1 Revolution will be 40% off to all Xbox Live Gold subscribers (usually $59.99). Battlefield 1 Revolution is meant for gamers that do not already own the game and wish to acquire everything that is related to Battlefield 1 in a single purchase. If you already own the Battlefield 1 base game, the game's Premium Pass, which offers all DLC for Battlefield 1, will be 40% off as well (usually $49.99). Both Battlefield 1 Revolution and the Premium Pass grant access to all four expansions to the game (They Shall Not Pass, In The Name of the Tsar, Apocalypse, Turning Tides).

Source: Xbox Wire

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