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PC Specs Required To Play Battlefield 2042


 Electronic Arts (EA), will soon open early access for their First Person Shooter game, namely Battlefield 2042. The plan is to be ready to air on October 6, 2021 at 7:00 UTC or around 14:00 WIB.

This access will be open until October 7th and will be continued by Open Beta on October 8-9, 2021. Even so, it seems that players have to prepare a capable PC performance, so they can play it.


Because the file size alone reaches 100GB. So as not to be curious, here are the PC specs that you must prepare, to be comfortable playing Battlefield 2042.



Minimum Specs


Operating System: Windows 10 64 bit

Processor (AMD): AMD Ryzen 5 3600

Processor (INTEL): Core i5 6600K

RAM: 8GB

Video Memory: 4GB

Graphics Card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1050 TI

Graphics Card (AMD): AMD Radeon RX 560

Directx: 12

Internet Connection: 512kbps or faster

Storage Space: 100GB

Recommended Specs



Operating System: Windows 10 64 bit

Processor (AMD): AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

Processor (INTEL): Core i7 4790

RAM: 16GB

Video Memory: 8GB

Graphics Card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3060

Graphics Card (AMD): AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT

Directx: 12

Internet Connection: 512kbps or faster

Storage Space: 100GB SSD

As for the official release of Battlefield 2042, players will have to wait until November 19th. The schedule has changed from the original plan, which previously would visit gamers on October 22.


Oskar Gabrielson, GM of DICE Studio, revealed the reason for delaying the launch, namely building this game for next-gen consoles during the pandemic, full of unexpected challenges for the team. With the current state of affairs, it is not possible for developers to return to working together in the studio.


Because according to him, it is very unsafe. In the end, all the hard work was done from home to work on Battlefield 2042.


"Your enthusiasm for the game is very inspiring. We believe in the game that is currently in development and thank you for being patient with some of the adjustments we are making," wrote Gabrielson.

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