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Even more Battlefield 2042 gameplay has been posted online, by users currently participating in the private technical playtest.
The user-captured videos below were seemingly taken in breach of EA’s rules for invited players. Developer DICE has said that players who breach these rules for sharing media will be banned from the technical test, and maybe even in the final game itself.
The technical playtests were originally scheduled to take place in July but were delayed to give DICE the opportunity to test the game’s recently announced cross-play functionality.
Testing will accommodate “a few thousand participants” ahead of wider testing in an open beta scheduled for September.
However, players who choose to pre-order the Battlefield 2042 Gold Edition for $89.99 on PC and $99.99 on consoles, or the Battlefield 2042 Ultimate Edition for $109.99 on PC and $119.99 on consoles, will receive early access to the game beginning on October 15.