DICE announced today that the Community Test Environment (CTE) that Battlefield’s have seen before, will be making its way to Battlefield 1.
It will be for PC player initially, but the team at DICE do have an interesting goal. They plan on bringing the CTE access to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users as soon as they can. Any player that wants to get into the CTE need to have the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass. If you are a PC player and wish to get access you can register and view more details, here.
DICE will be handing out codes to select members within the community and Battlefield veterans. The codes are redeemable through Origin Access and give these players access to CTE on PC.
The CTE helps DICE determine how to improve the game for the next year, while getting valuable feedback from members of the community. They also give players an opportunity to test new features, improved/changed content, and experiments that aren’t yet (and may never be) ready for public release.