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Jun 18, 2016 08:01 AM EDT

‘Battlefield 1’ Update: ‘Battlefield 4 & Hardline’ Sells At $5 Across All Platfroms Ahead Of 'Battlefield 1' Release [STEPS & LINKS]

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"Battlefield 1" has definitely stolen the show during Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) and headlined game news and features up until today. In its game trailer, pilotable biplanes, tanks, zeppelins, armored trains and its up to 64-player multiplayer made every1 teary-eyed, if not, excited. But Battlefield developer DICE does not end the good news there!

It has just announced that they are reducing the prices of "Battlefield 4" and "Battlefield Hardline" to just $5 across Xbox 1, Xbox 360, Origin for PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 ahead of "Battlefield 1" Release, Attack Of The Fanboy reported.

So here is what Battlefield developer DICE had to say about the price cut. "Battlefield 1" is about to come later this year and DICE is celebrating by keeping the action alive and going in "Battlefield 4" and "Battlefield Hardline." During the past few months, the company and its team have been giving away previously released expansion packs for both Battlefield games to any gamers playing on Xbox 1, Xbox 360, Origin for PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. This giving away is going to continue as DICE roll down the "Road to Battlefield 1." Just in case you have not picked up either of the games yet, the Battlefront developer wanted to make that even easier, DICE said.

This link will lead interested gamers to the official Battlefield website which will provide all of the digital storefronts and procedures to be used in getting "Battlefield 4" and "Battlefield Hardline" at their very low prices ($5). On the other hand, it also lists the dates of June 14th to 20th for these prices, so be sure to get in on the sales before they are gone.

"Battlefield 1" is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4, Xbox 1 and PC on October 21st.

Here is the trailer of "Battlefield 1" just case you have not watched it yet. Share your thoughts at the comment section below.

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