Battlefield 2042's open beta is in full swing, giving us an early look at its 128-player conquest mode and modern-day arsenal. The beta certainly has its rough edges and, if your platform of choice is PC, you might be looking for the game's config file location, to try your hand at some additional fine-tuning.
Similar to past entries in the series, Battlefield 2042 does have a config file and its location is rather easy to find. All you need to do is head to your Documents folder and find the Battlefield 2042 Open Beta folder. Open it, then open the settings folder, and you should be looking at two files.
That happens to be Battlefield 2042's config file location and the one you're looking for is the one named PROFSAVE_profile. You can open it with a text editor like Notepad to access its contents and edit away.
The options within mostly seem to stick to what you find in the game's menu, so there's a good chance you won't be able to significantly alter all that much.
Regardless, you can fine-tune audio and control options, although players who've tried using the same sensitivity settings as in Battlefield V report that they don't carry over perfectly.
If you do try to fiddle with Battlefield 2042's config file during the open beta it's worth keeping in mind that, since it's a pre-release version, you may not always get the desired results.
Some things may also change for its scheduled November launch but, even if that happens, we at least know where to look for its location.
Battlefield 2042 launches on November 19 and is headed to PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4.
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