How to Download the Battlefield 2042 Trial with Xbox Game Pass

How to Download the Battlefield 2042 Trial with Xbox Game Pass

Subscribers to Xbox Game Pass now have access to a Battlefield 2042 trial a week before the game’s release, but there’s a catch: the trial is limited to 10 hours of playtime.

The good news is that your save data will transfer from the trial to the full game, so you won’t have to redo the hours you put in. However, downloading the trial can be difficult, so here’s a step-by-step guide to getting Battlefield 2042 before the game’s release.

How to Download the Battlefield 2042 Trial with Xbox Game Pass

How to Download the Battlefield 2042 Trial with Xbox Game Pass?

EA Play, EA’s own subscription-based service, allows Xbox Game Pass subscribers to access the 10-hour Battlefield 2042 trial.

EA Play is included for free with Xbox Game Pass subscriptions and can also be purchased separately. The download process is the same regardless of which service you subscribe to.

To begin, go to your Xbox and open the Microsoft Store app. If you don’t see a large banner for Battlefield 2042, simply search for it in the store.

Regardless of which edition you select, you’ll be taken to a screen that compares the editions. Now you must select the edition you desire — this is where the process becomes a little perplexing.

Only with an EA Play discount will you be able to pre-order the game. Scroll down until you find the option labeled “in this bundle” to access the free trial.

Select your edition once more, and you’ll be redirected to a new page where you can download the free trial. If you’re still having trouble finding it, simply restart your console.

Well, that’s all we know about how you can download the Battlefield 2042 Trial with Xbox Game Pass. We hope this guide helped you.

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