If you’re curious to try Battlefield 2042, you might catch the new offer of DICE and Electronic Arts, which make the war shooter playable for free on Steam for a limited period of time.
Battlefield 2042 is already downloadable without any disbursements, and will remain freely playable until Sunday, December 19. While the new DICE shooter was not received in the best way by PC users, and currently presents an unhappy media review “Mostly Negative,” this might be the right opportunity to try to
For a few days, the Battlefield 2042 patch 3.1 has been active, which has solved many technical problems related to the recording of bullet shots, the balance of weapons, and several bugs in which players have stumbled since the launch. You should therefore be able to enjoy a cleaner and more balanced experience during this free trial period. At the end of the weekend you can decide to buy the game at a discounted price of 39,59 euros.
Battlefield 2042 is now available on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X-S, PlayStation and Xbox One. Just like in Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone, Battlefield 2042 celebrates Christmas with a special theme event where Santa will be mad at the demonized Elfs.