Battlefield 1's test environment has come to consoles

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But only for pass holders

Do you ever mess with the Public Test Realm in Blizzard games like Overwatch or WoW or drop by DICE’s Community Test Environment for a sneak peek at upcoming work-in-progress Battlefield content? It’s a fairly common practice for PC developers, but on consoles? Not so much.

As of this week, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users can participate too. DICE has brought the Community Test Environment to Battlefield 1 on consoles, and so long as you own the game and its Premium Pass, you’ll be able to download it in-game by clicking “More” on the main menu. You might need to clear up some storage, though. The CTE is its own, not-exactly-small thing. (I’m hearing 40GB.)

DICE says it’ll use this space for “testing and ensuring stability of Battlefield1updates, maps, and other content.” It’s a niche addition, to be sure, but I’m sure some folks will dig this.

Battlefield 1 Community Test Environment Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One [Battlefield]