Battlefield 2042 will have a technical test in September

Battlefield 2042 will have a technical test in September
Battlefield 2042 will have a technical test in September

Every time there is less to the premiere of Battlefield 2042 on consoles and PC, which moved its release date to November 19 recently. With the announcement of your delay DICE He also revealed that they are planning an open beta where everyone can enjoy the game for a limited time, but apparently this month we will see another technical test in preparation for beta.

Although Electronic Arts has not shared details about it, the leaker Tom Henderson revealed last Wednesday, September 15, that EA sent surveys to the playtesters for one-hour sessions between September 28 and 30, and although at that time it was not clear what game the session was for, it did clarify that it was an FPS.

Related: EA threatens to ban anyone who leaks the technical tests of Battlefield 2042.

Yesterday, participants began to be accepted for this new technical test, so it was confirmed that the mystery game was Battlefield 2042. This technical test is being carried out to ensure that the players of the open beta they will have a good experience when it takes place next month.

Next month, more information about the technical test will be revealed, since at the moment it has not been confirmed which game mode the participants will have to test. It is worth mentioning that this new test will only be carried out with players from the United Kingdom and Sweden, so it is a fairly limited session.

Read more: Battlefield 2042 technical test canceled on PlayStation 5 due to technical issues.

This week it was confirmed that early access for those who purchased Battlefield 2042 Gold or Deluxe Edition will begin on November 12, so those who paid extra will have a week’s advantage. Although there is still time for the launch of Battlefield 2042, the cheaters are already doing their thing and offering online hacks, with a ban-proof guarantee.


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