With Battlefield 1 getting released tomorrow (that’s unless you are an early enlister), EA has shared more details about what players can expect in terms of pricing and functionality.
So lets first start the ball rolling with pricing. Lets start with PC, renting will start off at $3 for one day, with prices going up from there this is including 7 days ($12), 30 days ($43), 90 days ($100), and 180 days ($150). Renting a server on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is less expensive, with the options for 1 day ($2), 7 days ($8), 30 days ($27), 90 days ($65), and 180 days ($100).
EA have stated that the renting service won’t be be available on release, but will be released in November.
Battlefield 1 Server Rental Pricing:
- 1 day: $2.99
- 7 days: $11.99
- 30 days: $42.99
- 90 days: $99.99
- 180 days: $149.99
PLAYSTATION 4 / XBOX ONE
- 1 day: $1.99
- 7 days: $7.99
- 30 days: $26.99
- 90 days: $64.99
- 180 days: $99.99
Now lets look at some of the features you will be getting. EA has said in a forum post (Via PC Gamer) that players will be able to determine things like ticket count, bullet damage, modes, weapons, and maps. There will not be a kick/ban feature at launch. EA also said that it understands this “one of the top-requested features.” The developer added, “We hear you and are working on rolling that out after the launch of the [Rental Server Program].”
Battlefield 1’s first DLC map is called Giant’s Shadow. It’s free for everyone and comes out in December. The game’s first premium pass expansion, They Shall Not Pass, comes out in March 2017.
Keep an eye out for a full review of Battlefield one and don’t forget to check out my Battlefield 1 Beta Gameplay below.