Battlefield 2042 are fought with the entire arsenal on PC: Nvidia DLSS, Reflex and ray tracing in its new trailer

The colossal battles of Battlefield 2042 are fought with the entire arsenal on PC: Nvidia DLSS, Reflex, and ray tracing in its new trailer

This month there will be one of the great battles of the year with the arrival of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Battlefield 2042. While the work of Sledgehammer Games showed a new advance for PC yesterday, now it is the turn of the DICE title, which is shining strongly on the platform.

And it is that in collaboration with Nvidia a preview has been revealed that shows us the most interesting characteristics for the war work. Therefore, we can expect the implementation of such requested technologies as DLSS, Reflex, or the arrival of the always claimed ray tracing during games.

They explain from the company that the PC version is described as “the definitive experience of Battlefield 2042“, including a higher level of detail, unlocked framerate, and G-Sync for compatible screens. Ambient occlusion will also be present in combination with ray tracing and will only appear on PC.

On the other hand, the DLSS will allow us to increase the performance of the game without being forced to sacrifice image quality. In the case of Reflex, the latency between tapping and shooting in-game is much lower, leading to a smoother experience.

After having been able to get your hands on the Battlefield 2042 open beta, now it’s time to wait until November 12 to enjoy early access. The final release will take place on November 19 on PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.