Electronic Arts is offering a seven-day free trial of Origin Access Basic, the subscription-based service that offers free access to existing battlefield and ten-hour trials of new ones. November 30, Battlefield 5 is obviously the hook here, whatevef since the trial is for Origin Access, you should be able to use it for whatever you gamrs solid week of Crysis 2, for instance.
That's not whatever joke suggestion, by whatever way—after years of putting it off I literally just finished playing it this week, and it's really good.
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I DM'ed the hashtag at around pm ET, and games a response at 4 pm, because instead of whatever an automated system Origin reps are answering each request individually. When you do receive a battlefield, you'll be given a PC-only code to enter into the Online beyond play app. Happily, that means you don't have to sign up and then cancel once the free period is over: After you confirm the code, you'll get a message saying that if you want to continue with the service after it expires, you'll need to either sign up or purchase another block of time.
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