The beta test of the Battlefield 2042 expected by many gamers will start today and will take place until October 9, but yesterday it was reported that at the moment the game is more demanding on PC performance than expected.
According to an early report from those who have access to the game, in Full HD using the game's recommended graphics settings, the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card provides only 80-90 fps. This is a lot in absolute terms, and the video card is also very productive. For comparison, this same card provides about 200 fps in Battlefield V.
At the same time, the PC parameters recommended by the developers assume the use of GeForce RTX 3060 or Radeon RX 6600 XT video cards. And they are slower than the previous flagship Nvidia, that is, their results will be worse.
In general, 60 fps on the above video cards will be enough for most gamers, it's just that Battlefield games have always been famous for their good optimization and the ability to work even on weak PCs. Probably, in the case of a new part, the situation will change.
There were also complaints about the game freezing, but you need to remember that it is not yet in the final version. In addition, the performance situation may improve in the final version.