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DICE Officially Reveals Battlefield 2042’s PC Specs; Beta to Begin Next Week

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DICE Officially Reveals Battlefield 2042’s PC Specs; Beta to Begin Next Week

Swedish developer DICE has officially revealed the PC specs for its upcoming military first-person shooter, Battlefield 2042. The new intel comes by way of an image from the game’s official Twitter account, which you can check out in detail below:

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As you can see, the PC specs are fairly demanding, which isn’t too surprising for such a graphically intensive title. Of course, it’s nice for fans to finally get concrete dates for the early access and open access beta.

Specifically, the early access beta will kick off on Oct. 6 at 07:00 UTC, while the open access beta will begin on Oct. 8 at 07:00 UTC. The beta ends on Oct. 10 at 07:00 UTC.

While Battlefield 2042 received a slight delay earlier this month, the eagerly awaited multiplayer shooter is on track to launch on Nov. 19, 2021 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

The game will feature up to 128 players per lobby with ever-changing maps that boast DICE’s signature destructible physics. Fan-favorite modes like Conquest and Breakthrough will make a return, alongside some new modes like Battlefield Hazard Zone. A single-player campaign, however, will allegedly be skipping this year’s iteration.

For more information about Battlefield 2042, here’s the official rundown courtesy of Electronic Arts:

Battlefield 2042 is a first-person shooter that marks the return to the iconic all-out warfare of the franchise. In a near-future world transformed by disorder, adapt and overcome dynamically-changing battlegrounds with the help of your squad and a cutting-edge arsenal.

With support for 128 players, Battlefield 2042 brings unprecedented scale on vast battlegrounds. Players will take on several experiences comprising elevated versions of Conquest and Breakthrough, Battlefield Portal; a new community-driven platform where players can create, share and discover unexpected battles from Battlefield’s iconic past, present and future, and a brand new experience called Hazard Zone.

But what say you? Will your PC be able to handle these specs? Or will you need to pick up a few upgrades before Battlefield 2042 launches on Nov. 19? Let us know in the usual place down below.

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