See Battlefield 2042 in its full, raytraced and DLSS-enhanced glory in the latest PC tech trailer
Battlefield 2042 might be one of the most hotly anticipated titles for gamers everywhere, as it marks the franchise’s return to the modern era. After the polarizing setting of Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V, Battlefield 2042 is set to remind FPS fans of the glory that was the Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 games. And glorious it is.
Battlefield 2042: NVIDIA Reflex, DLSS and raytracing, only on PC
The full gloriousness is reserved only for PC gamers though, with Battlefield 2042 packing ray-traced ambient occlusion only on PC. Obviously, neither NVIDIA DLSS nor NVIDIA Reflex are available on the consoles, so the best experience in the game is definitely going to be had on the PC platform, with the definitive experience on GeForce RTX-based PCs.
Initially, we thought Battlefield 2042 will drop raytraced graphics, considering that is set to be a fast-paced shooter, where every frame counts. But with NVIDIA DLSS, the performance impact is minimized, while improving visuals. NVIDIA Reflex is also implemented to help you get the extra edge by optimizing system latency for maximum competitiveness.
Battlefield 2042 will be launching 19th November, with Gold or Ultimate Edition owners getting early access this 12th November. The latest GeForce Game Ready Driver released before 19th November will be ready to deliver optimized performance during the early access period, with the Battlefield 2042 GeForce Game Ready Driver set to launch before 19th November.
Pokdepinion: I m quite hyped for this game. I played the Open Beta a little, and I am definitely getting the Battlefield 3 and 4 vibes from it!