Well many of you will now be glad to hear Battlefield 4 Xbox One users can now participate in the Battlefield 4 CTE (Community Test Environment) and having played it on PC i can say it is pretty awesome trying out the new stuff before it is officially released.
The Battlefield 4 Community Test Environment (CTE) on PC has enabled us to change and improve on Battlefield 4 in an unprecedented way, with the help of your input. Now, we are excited to announce that the CTE is coming to Xbox One.
With continued Battlefield 4 developmental support, this will allow us to iterate on more daring and experimental changes directly affecting Xbox One-players. As a player in the CTE, you will be able to provide your feedback and influence the future of Battlefield 4.
The type of updates on the CTE on Xbox One will be bigger and less frequent than on PC. However, you can still expect regular updates, tests, and prototypes.
As you play the latest build on the CTE, you’ll be able to provide your feedback on the CTE Battlelog forums.
This first release on Xbox One includes the Community Map that’s currently being developed (see the Community Map Project) and three night maps from the ‘Night Operations Project’. Keep in mind that anything you see in the CTE might not be released into the retail game.
David Sirland – Live Producer
How to Sign Up for the Battlefield 4 CTE on Xbox One:
In order to participate, you’ll need to own Battlefield 4 on Xbox One, be a Battlefield 4 Premium member for the Xbox One, and be a member of the Xbox One Preview program (learn how to get invited by a friend who is in the XBPP here). Once you’ve signed up and have been selected, the Battlefield 4 CTE build will be available in the Xbox Marketplace.
For more information about signing up for the Battlefield 4 Xbox One CTE, please visit the Battlefield 4 Xbox One CTE FAQ.