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News special offers 27 August 2021, 14:01

author: Milosz Szubert

Battlefield 5 For Free, But Only For Limited Time

A free weekend with Battlefield 5 just launched on Steam. Over the next two days, anyone interested will be able to check out this WWII shooter from DICE in action, and if you like it, you can buy it at a reduced price until September 8.

In recent days, a rumor surfaced online that Battlefield V, the latest WWII installment of the famous FPS series, would be given away for free on Steam. Although these revelations were quickly denied, there was a small grain of truth in them. DICE's 2018 game (specifically its most basic version) was indeed made available for free on Valve's platform, but only for the coming weekend, so that everyone interested can test this position for themselves.

  1. Battlefield V on Steam

To participate in the free weekend with Battlefield V on Steam, you need to go to its product card (link above). Then click on the "Play" button. The title will be added to your library for the next two days. Now you just need to download the necessary files and you can enter the battlefields of World War II.

If, during the course of testing Battlefield V you find the game is to your liking, you can now purchase it in the so-called Definitive Edition (offering all content) on Steam at a very attractive price. The title's price has been reduced by up to 90%, currently costing around $6. The deal will last until September 8. What is important, all progress made during the free weekend will be transferred to the purchased version of the game.

It is worth reminding at this point that until September 1 there is one more way to get your copy of Battlefield V cheaply. You just need to have an active Prime Gaming subscription. Additional details can be found here.

  1. Battlefield V - official website
  2. Battlefield V - game guide

Milosz Szubert

Milosz Szubert

A film expert by education. Has been working at since January 2017. A fan of tennis, basketball, comics, good books, history, and strategic games by Paradox. Recently a self-taught Game Master (apparently he's quite good at it). For several years, he edited films on the Notatnik Kinomana channel on YouTube.