Electronic Arts is currently giving away free trial passes for Battlefield 5 on Origin for all PC gamers. This free trial will give you access to both the single-player and multiplayer modes, and will last until next week.
Haven’t had the chance to play #BattlefieldV yet? If you’re on PC, direct message us with the hashtag #TRYBFV in the next 24 hours and we’ll get you in the game for a limited time with a 7-day trial for Origin Access Basic.
— EA Help (@EAHelp) November 30, 2018
Now while EA claimed that PC gamers should send them that particular hashtag in the next 24 hours to secure their free access code, we’ve seen the team giving away passes even now.
As such, we strongly suggest sending a direct message to EA Help in order to get your free Origin Access Basic trial. That is of course if you are interested in this particular game.
We don’t know whether this is a sign of lower than anticipated sales for Battlefield 5. From what we’ve seen, there are still a lot of players playing this new Battlefield game on the PC.
EA has announced that the offer has expired.
We've hit our 24-hour mark so we're no longer giving out trial codes for Origin Access Basic. Thanks for getting in the game with us!
Did you message us within the last 24 hours? Don't worry, we'll get you your code as soon as we can!
— EA Help (@EAHelp) December 1, 2018
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