Battlefield 2042 will arrive later this year as Electronic Arts said they will release it on October 22. while an open beta should appear in September.
Last week, Battlefield fans were invited to sign up to test a technical preview of the game, which they were not permitted to discuss even receiving. Thousands of players are testing the game. But due to pandemics, this test is happening online. It is inevitable that someone will surely leak some footage because of this remote home system and this happened.
Unsurprisingly some random guy recorded some gameplay footage and uploaded it on Youtube and some other platforms. Though EA is fighting to takedown these footage but still some of them are circulating online.
If you were lucky enough to get access to the preview, it probably isn’t a great idea to share gameplay, as the game is watermarked with a unique code and your username which EA will undoubtedly ban you with.
These footage shows new vehicles, weapons, and Specialists, as you can see below. Also, the game was being played in a pre-alpha state at low graphics settings, it does not represent the final look of Battlefield’s next sequel because they will surely upgrade the graphics when they release it.
If you didn’t get a chance to try out the technical preview, don’t be sad, an open beta will be available in the coming months towards release.