Battlefield 2042 has already unveiled a lot of information on the sidelines of its release. And a new video presents today Ray Tracing on PC thanks to the impressive DLSS technology from NVIDIA. A little surprising graphic rendering: the franchise has long been a technological showcase in terms of photorealism and performance. When we see how Battlefield 2042 is ambitious, this aesthetic upgrade is not surprising. The video below has been captured on an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series, which is to say a great spectacle for demanding players. We discover the effects of light, reflections in the water and the decorations for an ever more realistic approach.
Originally scheduled for October 22, the next franchise entry finds itself pushed back to November, the 19 more precisely. A deadline allowing DICE teams to reach a level of quality satisfactory for all players. Electronic Arts has already organized several betas, open and closed, to spot bugs. We are talking about performance issues such as lower frame rates.
An evil for a good and players necessarily happy to have a fully functional game when it comes out. Battlefield 2042 is coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series.