Battlefield 2042 pushes the envelope in terms of visual fidelity, coming with system requirements that require a beefier rig if you're planning to squeeze everything out of its admittedly gorgeous Frostbite engine. But if you've yet to secure new components for your PC, GeForce Now support could be an alternative way to shoot your way across its massive maps, which now support up to 128-players when playing Conquest.
Battlefield 2042's presence on GeForce Now's lengthy list of supported games would not just make subscribing to the cloud gaming service more enticing but also bolster its roster of titles with yet another major release that would make good use of the virtual PCs it offers subscribers.
Battlefield 2042 GeForce Now Support
Sadly, there's currently no confirmation that Battlefield 2042 will launch with GeForce Now support, which means that you may have to upgrade your PC if you're looking to see all the game has to offer and don't have access to a current-gen console.
Even so, it's well worth noting that Battlefield 1 is part of the cloud gaming service's list of games, which might indicate that publisher Electronic Arts is at least open to having more of its titles on there.
While this is no guarantee that Battlefield 2042 will make it to GeForce Now at launch or in the near future, we may still be able to play it without worrying about meeting hardware requirements at some point further down the line.
We'll keep you updated should that change. In the meantime, here's what we know about it coming to Xbox Game Pass at launch, its vehicles, and weapons.
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