This morning, we announced that Season Passes purchased for qualifying Xbox 360 titles will seamlessly transfer over to Xbox One.* Now, our friends over at Electronic Arts and DICE have unveiled yet another way they’re helping Xbox 360 fans make the transition to a new generation of gaming even easier.
When you start playing “Battlefield 4” when it launches Oct. 29 on Xbox 360, all the progress you make, such as earned stats, ranks and gear, will carry over when you upgrade to the Xbox One version in November. Jump into the fray immediately when “Battlefield 4” is released on Xbox 360, and then continue your career on Xbox One, now with 64-player battles running at a smooth 60 frames-per-second.
In addition, Electronic Arts and DICE also shared that Premium memberships for “Battlefield 4,” which grant access to themed digital expansion packs, new weekly content and personalization options, will also transfer from Xbox 360 to Xbox One. At E3 this year, it was also announced that the first map pack for “Battlefield 4” – “Second Assault” – would be available first on Xbox One.
For more details, please visit the official “Battlefield” blog.
*Xbox Live members must own the same game on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One in order to receive Season Pass Guarantee benefits.