Battlefield 2042 isn't too far away now with a release on November 19, with EA announcing that Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers get Battlefield 2042 for free.
EA has announced that Battlefield 2042 will be free for Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers in a new limited time "privilege" that lets you play the game in a 10-hour trial. EA is unlocking this on November 12, a week ahead of Battlefield 2042's official release on November 19.
Furthermore, EA Play Pro members will be granted access to Battlefield 2042 Ultimate Edition, which sports an additional Midnight Ultimate Bundle that packs outfits and skins as well as a digital artbook and soundtrack.
EA explains on their support page: "EA Play members (including Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers) will have early access to Open Beta and a 10-hour trial of Battlefield 2042 starting on November 12, 2021. EA Play Pro members get the Ultimate Edition of the game, and all rewards associated with it, including early access to Open Beta and access to the full game from November 12, 2021".
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