After months of being exclusive to PC, Battlefield 1‘s Community Test Environment is finally open to console players.
The CTE’s launch on consoles was reported by the Battlefield Bulletin Twitter account, which supplied images confirming the update is now live on digital stores. According to the tweet, the CTE is available exclusively for Premium members, coming as a 39.5 GB download on PlayStation 4 and a 41.82 GB download on Xbox One. It is reportedly only available in North America and Europe for the time being.
— Battlefield Bulletin (@BFBulletin) August 2, 2017
Battlefield 1‘s Community Test Environment offers players a space to experiment with new changes and content coming to the shooter before their release in the full game. Lately, developer DICE has used the CTE to test out several new maps coming in the game’s In the Name of the Tsar expansion, one of which is getting an early release later this month.
The introduction of the CTE on consoles may not be all that Battlefield 1 fans are getting, as a new special edition of the game was recently glimpsed on the horizon. Battlefield 1‘s Revolution Edition was spotted on Amazon France, and while it was swiftly taken down, the late-August release date means that fans will know soon enough whether or not it was the real deal.
Source: PvP Live