Battlefield V is having a free month right now and players can enjoy the World War II based shooter by DICE for free. Or rather, a month of free weekends where everyone with a (good enough) PC and Origin installed can play the game for free. Here’s how and when you can play Battlefield V through the month of October.

Starting October 10th through to the 27th PC-gamers can enjoy the fifth installment of the main Battlefield franchise. Starting Thursdays every week, the free trial period starts and ends every Sunday. So with a bit of dedication, you’ll have the best guns and coolest skins before the month is over.

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And talking about progression, you’ll be carrying your earned weapons and stats over to the main game if you decide to purchase a copy of Battlefield V. Depending on which day you are playing, there will be different modes available to try out.

Below you’ll find a summary of which modes you can try out per weekend:

Weekend 1 (October 10 – 13) – Rush:
The classic Battlefield mode where one team attacks and one team defends a series of objectives on an ever changing battlefield.

Weekend 2 (October 17 – 20) – Infantry-Focused Conquest:
Slightly smaller maps with a multitude of capture points force infantry to fight smaller, more tactical battles.

Weekend 3 (October 24 – 27) – Grand Operations:
This all out war spans multiple rounds, with each one of the stages of Grand Operations taking place in a new environment and with different game modes. Modes like Airborne, Frontlines, Breakthrough, and Final Stand will all be played during a multi-round game of Grand Operations.

Because DICE and Electronic Arts are apparently very eager to attract new players to the almost one year-old shooter, the PC-version of Battlefield V is now available with a solid discount. The regular edition of the game will set you back $19.99 while the Deluxe Edition costs just $23.99. The game has also been vaulted so a subscription to Origin Access (Basic and Premium) will also give you unlimited access to Battlefield V.

So just head on over to the Origin application and on the Battlefield V page, you’ll find a big ‘Try Free Now’ button and you’ll be able to test the game out for the upcoming weeks.

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