October 24, 2021

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Trial duration “a few months” and the game has improved

Those who played the Battlefield 2042 beta might have encountered a problem. As in all beta versions of this pattern, this is it building Under development, so there is room for improvement. EA DICE, the studio behind the saga, admitted this during the official presentation, which was attended by Netcost-Security. The developer explained that the beta version “was a few months old”.

After verifying that there was still work to be done, DICE decided to postpone the game to improve the gaming experience. According to the terms of the study, in the past few weeks they have made significant progress. To prove this, they showed the participants a video clip. We’ve already noticed this in our impressions, but graphically we’ve seen a step forward in the graphics compared to the beta version.

Battlefield 2042 beta is still ongoing and will be fully open to the entire community on October 8, given that the previous days were in early access. It will last until the 9th of this month, which is a good opportunity to whet your appetite and try out the multiplayer experience they have prepared.

There will be no mouse and keyboard on consoles, at least at launch

EA DICE’s new work will implement cross-play, but will not allow console users to use a keyboard and mouse. In any case, they do not close the doors to this possibility, because the developer understands that there is an interest. They are currently looking for a solution that does not spoil the cross-play experience. They say they’ll be the first to report if they end up taking the lead and offering this advantage.

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Battlefield 2042 is in development for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. After a month delay, the release date has been set for November 11.