The free 10-hour trial for Electronic Arts' upcoming World War I shooter Battlefield 1 will be available on October 13 for EA Access members on the Xbox One and Origin Access subscribers for PC players.
In a post on the official Battlefield site, EA states:
Five maps and four modes will be available, including St. Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez in the Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination modes. There's also a taste of the singleplayer campaign, with the missions Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood. Your progress carries over, too, if you decide to buy the full game after your Play First Trial ends. EA Access and Origin Access members will also unlock content by playing between October 13 and October 20. You'll be able to get an exclusive Trench Raider Dog Tag just for launching the game with the Play First Trial during that time – and if you play all ten hours before October 20, you'll have a Battlepack waiting for you in the full game.
If you have not used up all of your free play time by October 18, all of the game's maps and modes will unlock for EA Access and Origin Access trial members. The full version of Battlefield 1 will be available for people who pre-order the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition on the same day, and for everyone else who purchased the game on October 21.