EA Dice has revealed that the Battlefield 2042 technical playtest, allowing some players to try the highly-anticipated FPS early, has been delayed.
Initially due to take place sometime in July, the developer revealed in a recent blog post that the Battlefield 2042 playtest will now take place “later this summer” (likely August or September) to give the team time to test cross-play functionality.
The developer confirmed that crossplay is “a function we’re looking to build and test for Battlefield 2042”, with the playtest allowing for PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5 players to test playing together.
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