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Play Battlefield 1 and 5 for Free Before Battlefield 2042’s Release Date

There’s a new way to play Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 for free in the lead-up to 2042’s release date.

Battlefield 2042 is one of the most highly anticipated games of this year. Now only months away, DICE’s multiplayer shooter is already turning heads, and many are eager to jump back into the franchise.

Thankfully, players can already sign up for the Battlefield 2042 beta to play the game early. And before even that arrives, there’s a new way to play both Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 for free.

It’s an exciting time to be a Battlefield fan. And there’s no better time to get ready for the release of a brand new epic multiplayer experience.

Battlefield 2042 Portal
(Source: EA)

Meanwhile, we just got a brand-new Battlefield 2042 trailer for the incredible new Portal mode! This new mode will be a love letter to Battlefield fans everywhere, and it’s well worth a look.

How to Play Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 for Free

Want to play Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 for free before the launch of 2042? Here’s how to get the critically-acclaimed titles, free of charge!

Recently, PC players were given a free copy of Battlefield 4, courtesy of Prime Gaming. Now, Amazon’s subscription service is back with two more offerings.

Amazon Prime members can get their hands on both Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 for free in the coming months. But you won’t be able to play both titles right away.

Battlefield 1 can be claimed between now and August 4
Battlefield 5 will then be available to claim between August 2-October 1

Of course, by that point, we’ll only be days away from Battlefield 2042’s official release date!

Battlefield 2042 Portal
(Source: EA)

Read More: Battlefield 2042 Portal: All of The Classic Maps & Content Revealed

And although there are new concerns about Battlefield 2042 being Pay to Win, we’re still eager to see more.

Some fans are also voicing their distaste for Battlefield’s new Specialist system. Give us your thoughts on the change in the comments below!

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