After many leaks and a long waiting time, EA has finally announced Battlefield 1, as the game’s price tag is known now, and editions now are up on Origin (EA’s own store) for PC, on the Xbox Store, and on the PlayStation Store as well.

The PC version of the game (Standard Edition) will cost you Rs. 3,499, as you can find out on Origin store. If you choose to pre-order Battlefield 1, it will grant you with access to the Hellfighter pack, which contains items, designed with the Harlem Hellfighter infantry regiment in mind. The free multiplayer map, released in 2016, will be available to you a week before release too. Then there is the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition. It has a price tag of Rs. 4,999, and will provide you an opportunity to play the game three days before the official release. As a bonus, this version has weapons and items, created by the inspiration of Lawrence of Arabia, the Red Baron. And you will have five Battlepacks, which will allow you to upgrade your weapons, guns, and gear.

EA announced Battlefield 1 price and revealed editions for PC, PS4 and Xbox One
EA announced Battlefield 1 price and revealed editions for PC, PS4 and Xbox One

If you prefer PlayStation, then the Standard Edition will cost you Rs. 3,375, while the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition is for 3,999. Both versions have a theme, that will be available after downloading the game.

As for Xbox versions, the Standard Edition is for Rs. 3,500 and for the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition, you will have to pay Rs. 4,240.

As you have noted, the game is the cheapest for PS4, despite the fact EA has a marketing tie-up with Microsoft. Mind you, EA Origin for Mexico has the cheapest price, if you prefer the PC edition. However, it will not be a surprise, if the company decides to even the price across all platforms. Which means, if you want to buy the game, it’s better to act fast.

And as for now, CD-version of the game can’t be pre-ordered on the Amazon India, an exclusive EA’s retailer in the region.


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