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

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

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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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The benefits don't really seem worth the £22+ extra you are paying over the standard edition tbh.

Tee_Doff23

The benefits don't really seem worth the £22+ extra you are paying over … 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" 24th Sep 2016

Original Poster

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.

vote with your wallet.

jwhitbread

I agree, but if you game share this becomes more cost effective than … 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?

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mscAUser

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.

mscAUser

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" 20th Oct 2016

MrPickles

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



​only in the same household
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