Battlefield 1 releases next month, and some Reddit users are reporting that the WWI FPS has been pre-loaded onto their Xbox One systems, revealing the game’s file size.

NeoGAF user Theorry echoed the news with a screenshot (below). In addition to any launch day patches, if the pictures aren’t altered at all, Battlefield 1 will take up 42.6 GB of space on your Xbox One.

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Battlefield 1 releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 21st.  However, if you were one of those players that are subscribed to EA/Origin Access than you can happily play the game two weeks. However, we should mention the content is limited until the actual release date. You can only play it for 10 hours and there are only five maps and four modes (as opposed to the full game’s nine maps and six modes). Early access to Battlefield 1 is also available for those of you purchased a Deluxe edition of the game, which gets you into the full game three days early on October 18th.

What do you think of the file size? Will you be playing with early access? Tell us in the comment below.

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