Get Battlefield 1 before anybody else with the Early Enlister Edition or Amazon-exclusive Collector’s Edition


As is the norm nowadays, Electronic Arts will release Battlefield 1 in three different editions this October. However, two of those packages will be available to players three days before the standard edition. But we’ll get to them in a minute.

If you opt for the standard edition, it’ll set you back $59.99 and be available on October 21 for the PC, PS4, or Xbox One. Players who pre-order the standard edition will receive the Hellfighters Pack, which will include several in-game bonus items (Hellfighters Trench Shotgun, Hellfighters M1911, Hellfighters Bolo Knife, Hellfighters Insignia) inspired by the famed regiment.

Going up a tier, players who purchase the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition for the PC, PS4, or Xbox One will receive the game on October 18, three days before anybody else. You’ll have to pay $79.99 for this privilege, but you’ll also receive the Hellfighters Pack and two additional sets of in-game items. The Red Baron Pack will take to the skies with a Red Baron P08 Sidearm, a Red Baron Flyer Pin, and his famous Triplane. Meanwhile, the Lawrence of Arabia Pack will include T.E. Lawrence’s Black Stallion, as well as an SMLE Rifle, Jambiya Sidearm, and Emblem.

But to get everything, you’ll need to drop $219.99 on the Amazon-exclusive Collector’s Edition, which will include everything from the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition (including its October 18 release date) and a foot locker full of cool stuff:

Battlefield 1: Early Enlister Deluxe Edition

  • Exclusive Steelbook
  • Collector’s Edition Statue (14″ Tall)
  • Exclusive Cloth Propaganda Poster
  • Deck of Concept Art Playing Cards
  • Messenger Pigeon Tube with Exclusive DLC Content
  • Exclusive Patch

The Collector’s Edition will only be available for the PS4 and Xbox One, but you can get a closer look at it after the break.


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