Fans Troll Battlefield 2042 RTX Trailer for Shambolic FPS Drops

Published 11/01/2021, 3:27 PM EDT


Battlefield 2042 PC trailer is out now and fans are trolling it already. The 1:14 minute trailer reveals a massive FPS drop. In fact, it looks like the entire trailer is playing at 15 FPS. The most disappointing part is the entire trailer is the actual footage of the gameplay on the Nvidia Geforce RTX series.

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Fans don’t seem to particularly like what they saw in the trailer. And they took to the comment section to express how they felt as well as to troll the game. Check out the new trailer below.

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This trailer has for sure disappointed millions of fans who were especially waiting for the PC version. Eventually, it will affect the pre-orders of the game unless EA comes up with a solution for this mess.

Till now, there’s no announcement from the devs. However, the devs must be aware of the type of response the trailer is receiving. Hopefully, the devs will try to win fans back.

Battlefield 2042: PC version, release date, features, and more

There are features for the PC versions that console owners won’t be able to enjoy, like ray-tracing. Ignoring the FPS issue, the entire trailer is visually pleasing with ray-tracing and DLSS support. Also, the gameplay shows a lot of action, a variety of vehicles, deadly weapons. And of course, the game will support faster loading time and 4k resolution.

PC owners will enjoy better visuals than any other platform for sure. Here are three features console owners won’t enjoy.

  • Nvidia Reflex for lowest latency
  • Ray-traced ambient occlusion
  • Nvidia DLSS AI performance boost

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All these features make the PC the winner in terms of having the potential to deliver the best gameplay experience as compared to other platforms. The game was all set to launch on 22nd Oct 2021, but devs postponed it to 22nd Nov 2021.

This game will release on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and last but not least, the Xbox X/S series. The game is also available to pre-order.

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Comment down and let us know what are your expectations from this game?

 

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Swetabh Shekhar

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Swetabh Shekhar is an eSports author at EssentiallySports and holds a Master's degree in Mass Communication. He has been playing video games since his childhood days and has witnessed the evolution of the gaming industry. GTA, Assassins Creed, Call of Duty, and The Walking Dead are some of his all-time favorites.

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