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Student Deal - Battlefield 1 Early Enlister Deluxe Edition - £62.99 @ Amazon UK

£62.99 @ Amazon
Yes we all know it's expensive without a season pass included but for all the students who have figured out game sharing is cost effective, £31.50 plus all the "benefits" this version includes is the … Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
Yes we all know it's expensive without a season pass included but for all the students who have figured out game sharing is cost effective, £31.50 plus all the "benefits" this version includes is the cheapest you can get it (if you game share).

This will go cold because of EA's pricing models (which I hate too but I love Battlefield so meh)
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
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The benefits don't really seem worth the £22+ extra you are paying over the standard edition tbh.
#2
Tee_Doff23
The benefits don't really seem worth the £22+ extra you are paying over the standard edition tbh.


This. EA Access let's you play early anyway (on xb1). Order from somewhere like SimplyGames and you'll get it a day, if not a few, early. Not worth the premium at all

Edited By: lucifon on Sep 24, 2016 14:19: .
1 Like #3
I agree, but if you game share this becomes more cost effective than buying a disc copy...and only £4 more expensive than the standard digital copy so makes sense really.
#4
vote with your wallet.
#5
jwhitbread
I agree, but if you game share this becomes more cost effective than buying a disc copy...and only £4 more expensive than the standard digital copy so makes sense really.
Well if we are being morally dubious, why not just steal a copy?
#6
mscAUser
jwhitbread
I agree, but if you game share this becomes more cost effective than buying a disc copy...and only £4 more expensive than the standard digital copy so makes sense really.
Well if we are being morally dubious, why not just steal a copy?


That would be illegal...I've bought this but people just see this edition and vote cold as their whinge to EA which is fair enough but it's still the cheapest.
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mscAUser
jwhitbread
I agree, but if you game share this becomes more cost effective than buying a disc copy...and only £4 more expensive than the standard digital copy so makes sense really.
Well if we are being morally dubious, why not just steal a copy?

It's not dubious at all PSN allows 2 accounts to share games.

Edited By: MrPickles on Oct 20, 2016 10:17
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MrPickles
mscAUser
jwhitbread
I agree, but if you game share this becomes more cost effective than buying a disc copy...and only £4 more expensive than the standard digital copy so makes sense really.
Well if we are being morally dubious, why not just steal a copy?

It's not dubious at all PSN allows 2 accounts to share games.


only in the same household

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