Gameplay began to appear on various online platforms Battlefield 2042, Show off what the lucky few can experience in the game’s technical test.
Following the announcement of the Battlefield Portal, technical alpha is the next important step for developers to begin testing the game, its servers, and how players interact with the various elements that DICE and other EA studio suites have been studying recently.
EA’s game technology test will be conducted from August 12th to 15th, and we have already seen people start to secretly publish footage of the game on the Internet. DICE only invited a few thousand players to participate in this test directly, and anyone who participated was required to sign a strict confidentiality agreement. In other words: no one should post a video.
The video shows the user interface of the vehicle and the game. Although it currently looks a bit problematic (after all, it is an alpha), it is a very promising and in-depth study. We can expect the game in the September public beta. And go beyond launch.
This is another way of thinking about the game. Please note that EA may want to delete these videos as soon as possible, so when you start to click, these links may h ave expired.
Just earlier today, after a week of short stories, we saw EA and DICE demonstrate their in-depth understanding of the Battlefield 2042 world through a new short film.
If you like the content in the above video, please don’t worry: Battlefield 2042 will be in public beta in September this year, and you will be able to play the game by yourself. If you pre-ordered a copy of Battlefield 2042, you will also access the game earlier than others.
“Battlefield 2042” will be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on October 22.
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