Battlefield 1’s Early Enlister Deluxe Edition is out now

EA advised today that Battlefield 1’s Early Enlister Deluxe Edition was now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It is only available digitally and those wanting physical editions will need to wait until release day.

As the name suggest, the Early Enlister Edition grants access to the full game, three days before the release date. The Early Elister will also get access to the “Hellfighter Pack”, “Red Baron Pack” and “Lawrence of Arabia Pack.”Players will also get seven days early access to the Giant’s Shadow map, coming in December.

The “Hellfigher Pack” includes themed items inspired by the Harlem Hellfighter infantry regiment. Both the “Red Baron Pack” and “Lawrence of Arabia Pack” include themed weapons, vehicles and items and five Battlepacks.

Battlefield 1 will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 21 and is available now for Early Enlisters.


Leo Stevenson
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