Battlefield 2042 is being praised by many players who are playing the open beta version of this game. Since the open beta has been released for this game, many YouTubers and live streamers have appreciated this multiplayer First Person Shooter. This game is all set to get released on November 19 this year for Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Microsoft Windows.
As open beta has been praised and the full version is awaited, many players are wondering that would this game be coming to GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and PS Now or not? If you are also having a similar question in mind, continue reading this article till the end for your answer.
Developed by DICE and published by Electronic Arts, Battlefield 2042 is the seventeenth installment in the Battlefield series. This game is a successor of Battlefield V and for the first time in the series, this title will be featuring only the multiplayer gameplay.
This game features massive scale 128 players battle where you can choose from Assault, Engineer, Medic, and Recon who are the traditional Battlefield specialists. Coming back to the main topic, here is everything that you must know about Battlefield 2042 on GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and PS Now.
Battlefield 2042 on GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and PS Now
When we talk about GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and PS Now, they are categorized under a similar kind of gaming service. All of the above-mentioned platforms are cloud gaming services. GeForce Now is developed by Nvidia, Amazon Luna by Amazon, and PS Now by Sony Interactive Entertainment.
About Battlefield 2042, this game has not announced anything yet regarding its addition on any of these platforms. As mentioned above also, it is only available to play on Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Microsoft Windows. So, you would not be able to see it on GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and PS Now.
However, it is a possibility that DICE announces anything regarding this game’s addition on these platforms. So, if anything gets announced from Nvidia, Amazon, Sony, or DICE, we will surely update you about it at the soonest. Until then, Stay Tuned.
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