Battlefield developer DICE has given us our first have a look at what Battlefield 2042 seems to be like on last-gen consoles. On Twitter, the official Battlefield account posted an image of what the sport will appear to be on Xbox’s last-gen system. See for your self under:
— Battlefield (@Battlefield) October 5, 2021
It is good to see DICE being clear with the last-gen variations of Battlefield 2042, particularly after the state of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 and Xbox One at launch left many gamers skeptical of last-gen variations.
If you happen to ae planning to play Battlefield 2042 on Xbox One or PlayStation 4, EA has introduced that twin entitlement will solely apply to the new-gen variations. This implies even when you solely have a last-gen console, you need to nonetheless purchase the PS5 or Xbox Collection X|S model to play the sport throughout generations.
As for crossplay, there can be two swimming pools of gamers. Individuals on PS5, Xbox Collection X|S, and PC will be capable to play with one another, whereas PlayStation 4 house owners will solely be capable to crossplay with Xbox One house owners.
Battlefield 2042 was initially speculated to launch this month on October 22, however it was delayed just some weeks to November 19. The builders stated the delay was necessary to the “scale and scope of the sport”.
If you happen to’re within the sport, try the dates for the Battlefield 2042 open beta, which kicks off tomorrow.
Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. You will discover him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.