Whereas Battlefield 2042 is out on normal launch on November 19, having been delayed from its original October 22 slot, those that buy the Gold or Final Editions of the sport will be capable to play an entire week early.
With Battlefield 2042 delayed by a month, it’s presumed that the sport’s Open Beta has additionally been pushed again. Nevertheless, EA goes to announce dates quickly, so we’re most likely looking at an October date if murmurs are to be believed.
Fears of Battlefield 2042 being delayed into 2022 resulted in EA’s share prices dipping by as much as seven percent, though issues rapidly recovered.
Battlefield 2042 will likely be out there for PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Sequence X/S, and Xbox One, and ditches a standard single-player marketing campaign in favour of large-scale multiplayer battles.